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SOURCE: A review of There's Always Another Windmill, in Publisher's Weekly, Vol. 194, No. 10, September 2, 1968, p. 56.

In the following review, the anonymous reviewer provides a laudatory assessment of There's Always Another Windmill.

Your true Nash-buff would have to go back and re-read every book of Nash-noshery ever published to see if they've got what the new one [There's Always Another Windmill] hasn't. The newest Nash always seems tops. He writes of a visit from a bigoted, loquacious lady who is best described as overflowing: “I escorted her to the door with Old World courtesy and a Gallic ‘Au'voir,’ And told myself to cheer up, it might have been Simone de Beauvoir.” In an amusing ditty about the penuriousness of the rich: “If...

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