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The ninth collection of THE FAR SIDE.

Reviews

The sixties offered the easy aphoristic wisdom of Charles Schulz, the self-satisfied seventies the prickly satire of Garry Trudeau. The Reagan eighties have spawned the demonic, subtle and slightly despairing humour of a former music-store clerk.
ROLLING STONE
Many of Larson's frowsy, no-nonsense women- astringent in their dowdy dresses, their unswept hairdos clumped glumly in place like helmets; eyeless behind opaque, oval glasses that waggishly exaggerate their long and drawn visages- are ringers for relativ
Al Young, THINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE