S. J. Perelman | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Herbert Kupferberg

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of S. J. Perelman.
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Critical Review by Herbert Kupferberg

SOURCE: "Thirty-six by Perelman, And All Under One Roof," in The New York Herald Tribune Book Review, Vol. 32, No. 13, November 6, 1955, p. 6.

In the following review, Kupferberg calls Perelman's Home Companion, "a quintessence of Perelman. "

The title of this book is a little confusing. Is it a companion for Perelman's home, or Perelman's companion for other people's homes? The safest answer probably would be both. Doubtless you could find a copy, even a couple of copies, around Perelman's home, but it goes equally well elsewhere. As a matter of fact, Perelman probably doesn't have as much fun reading it as most other folks do, for even a man fond of laughing at his own jokes couldn't find these little tales quite so hysterically...

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