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Don't Wear Silver in the Winter

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
How often Janet Gari heard that her mother was inadvertently as funny as her father, the legendary Eddie Cantor, and that she ought to write a book. The result was surprising, even to herself, as she uncovered her true relationship wih her mother. Whether Janet is describing situations in her native New York or the nine years she lived in Hollywood, the book is completely ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published July 31st 2008 by BearManor Media (first published 2008)
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Kim
Aug 13, 2016 Kim rated it did not like it
Some surprises-Gari as the youngest daughter of the Cantors, noted that her mother hired a nurse who raised her till she was 11 years old. Her two older sisters then stepped in. The final words of this book are "Mother was a complex person. I wish that I'd had the chance to know her." Ida Cantor died when Gari had reached adulthood and had two children.

While Gari was complimentary about her father and three oldest sisters, Gari said some unkind things about the fourth sister, Marilyn. Gari relat
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