Tooth Imprints on a Corn Dog

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Harmony Books, 1995 - 216 pages
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The author of Et Tu, Babe and My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist brings readers along on his dream date with Princess Di, savors a bowl of Testosteroni--the pasta for men--wholeheartedly recommends the wonderfully lifelike, bendable This Week with David Brinkley action figures, and more--in an engaging new burst from the automatic weapon of his psyche.

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TOOTH IMPRINTS ON A CORN DOG

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After the loopy pyrotechnics of My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist (1991) and the gleeful dissection of celebrity in Et Tu, Babe (1992), what's left for postmodern Savoyard Leyner to do but shelve ... Read full review

Tooth imprints on a corn dog

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Leyner's last book, Et Tu, Babe (Crown, 1993), was, technically, a novel. This collection of essays, some original and some previously published in The New Yorker and the New Republic, is ... Read full review

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to merci pinto leyner
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young bergdorf goodman brown
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