Ogden Nash


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United States writer noted for his droll epigrams (1902-1971)

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BEIRUT: "The bed is a bundle of paradoxes," American poet Ogden Nash once noted.
As Ogden Nash might have written: "Beer, the best drink known to man, is extracted by the midge of the insect clan.
I'm with them and American poet Ogden Nash whose witty ditty rammed home the serious environmental point long before it was fashionable.
Winn delves into each species' natural history, including not only information gleaned from field guides and scientists, but also quotes from Thoreau, Shakespeare and Ogden Nash.
Mandell's version of Saint-Saens' Carnival of Animals, when he introduced each study with an Ogden Nash verse and his son Robert rhythmically drew a cartoon of each character.
Of course, not everything about birds is great, as Ogden Nash suggested in his iconoclastic rhyme, "The Canary":
cummings, Ogden Nash, Elizabeth Bishop and Saul Williams.
Most lawyers who resort to such stuff fail miserably, but Eddie's work reminds me of Ogden Nash (Ogden Nash of the "Song for the Saddest Ides": "Rush like lightning, or maybe glue, to the Dept.
It has been attributed to--among others--Duke Ellington, Ogden Nash, Sir Thomas Beacham, Danny Kaye, and Danny Kaye's wife, Sylvia Fine, who wrote the songs for all his movies.
Cross-referenced entries from "Aaron, Henry (Hank)" to "youth baseball" and a short poem on the game by Ogden Nash starting with "Z is for Zenith," contain biographical sketches, historical context, some statistics, a suggested reading, and photo as appropriate.
Ogden Nash is known for his quick, light poems and verse which packs a punch with very few words: now receive a fuller appreciation for his poems and background in Douglas M.
VOICE OF THE POET, AMERICAN WITS: Ogden Nash, Dorothy Parker, Phyllis McGinley.
Seuss, Ogden Nash and Hustler magazine as well as the wise marriage counselor Johnnie Taylor and the acidic Algonquian aphorisms of Dorothy Parker--it will be clear that Mullen is demonstrating that language, like any other strong medicine, can have toxic as well as beneficial effects.
Ogden Nash once wrote, "God in his wisdom made the fly and then forgot to tell us why"
The great American humorist Ogden Nash once said, "Change is a great thing, but it has gone on far too long.