Author: Berger, Thomas
Publication:New York : The Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1981-01-01
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Used: Very Good
Description: light edge wear to boards and jacket, some scuffing to jacket faces; Carl Reinhart, in this fourth of Thomas Berger's Reinhart novels, is middle-aged, unemployed, and dependent on his glamorous model-daughter Winona. He remains fascinated not only with women but with cooking--and, in fact, thanks to one of Winona's friends, he actually gets to be a chef on his own TV show. Berger's black comedy has been called one of the funniest books ever written, and his perennial hero Reinhart compared to Updike's Rabbit as the quintessential hero for the second half of the 20th century
Subject: General Fiction
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