[BOOKS] ⚦ Potatoes Are Cheaper By Max Shulman – Writerscompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Potatoes Are Cheaper

  1. says:

    I m usually a fan of Shulman s work, but this just didn t do it for me I would read a few pages, put it down, read something else, then try to pick it up again Finally, when I started cringing when it was time to go back to it, I decided to pack it in A shame a real shame.

  2. says:

    Garrison Keillor featured Max Shulman on his Writer s Almanac, saying that he wrote hilarious material This was funny, but not THAT funny for me young Jewish men schtuping in the 1930s I don t really appreciate satire enough, though Someone who really likes satire would probably give this its due credit If you like satire, I w

  3. says:

    Read years ago and we passed it around our family Still remember it Very funny book.

  4. says:

    Oh the Jewishness

  5. says:

    Maybe I just didn t get the humor Maybe I m too young to understand some of the references or jokes, or maybe because I didn t grow up in the city I just don t get it I listened to it on Audiobook while working one day and it just didn t make me laugh I m sure others will find it funny, maybe those who lived during the depression Just wasn t for me.

  6. says:

    All I knew about Max Shulman was that he created Dobie Gillis and wrote a hilarious short story called Love Is a Fallacy, which I used when I taught persuasive writing I read this book in a couple of hours, and while it had some very funny lines, the main character was too sexist, racist, and homophobic to be worth even the little time I spent on it.

  7. says:

    Not for everyoneI overlooked a lot to give this rating If you are younger than 50 and have never lived in the Twin Cities, this book is probably not for you I can t say it has aged well, but I am old as dinosaurs and enjoyed revisiting Selby Dale long before anyone thought it would be nice to drop an interstate highway through it.

  8. says:

    Read in 1972 Comedic book I don t remember.

  9. says:

    Remember this as quite hilarious

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