Promoting his collection Parents Keep Out, poems aimed primarily at teenagers, the poet Ogden Nash displays the well-known rhyming ability and whimsical attitude of his widely appreciated, inimitable light verse at this 1951 Books and Authors Luncheon.
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Van Doren introduces Shellabarger, who talks about "Lord Chesterfield and His World." How Chesterfield learned how to "make friends and influence people" ...