By James Thurber
James Thurber spent such a lot of his profession on the New Yorker journal, drawing cartoons and writing essays and tales. Collecting Himself is a exclusive compilation of James Thurber's classic writings, that includes formerly unanthologized articles, essays, interviews, reports, cartoons, parodies, in addition to Thurber's reflections on his paintings in theater and on the New Yorker. An eclectic physique of labor that provides a glimpse into Thurber the fellow, the thinker, and the critic.
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