Monday, April 09, 2012

And Keep Off His Lawn!

96-Year-Old Novelist Herman Wouk Lands Book Deal 


Deb said...

Wow, I didn't know he was still alive. My favorite of his books was MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR (the movie adaptation, however, is another matter altogether).

Bill Crider said...

I read that one more than 50 years ago. Liked it a lot at the time.

Brent McKee said...

How many here are aware that he wrote comedy for Fred Allen's radio program?

Anonymous said...

I didn't know he was still alive either, though I did know he was involved in Jimmy Buffett's musical adaptation of his Don't Stop the Carnival in 1997.

We have the CD of the short-lived musical, which played in Miami but never made it to Broadway.

I liked his semi-autobiographical novel, City Boy: The Adventures of Herbie Bookbinder about an 11 year old Jewish boy growing up in The Bronx in 1928.