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The Neighbors Are Scaring My Wolf

The Neighbors Are Scaring My Wolf Jack Douglas is a kook of the TV comic world who reports his surprise and distress in adjusting to Old New Litchridge after living in Manhattan s canyons The wolf of title is a family pet who is intim

  • Title: The Neighbors Are Scaring My Wolf
  • Author: Jack Douglas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jack Douglas is a kook of the TV comic world who reports his surprise and distress in adjusting to Old New Litchridge after living in Manhattan s canyons The wolf of title is a family pet who is intimidated by the wild behavior of the Douglas neighbors.Around the wolf problem Douglas scatters the usual suburban ones of drunken neighbors, capitalist plumbers, quaint locaJack Douglas is a kook of the TV comic world who reports his surprise and distress in adjusting to Old New Litchridge after living in Manhattan s canyons The wolf of title is a family pet who is intimidated by the wild behavior of the Douglas neighbors.Around the wolf problem Douglas scatters the usual suburban ones of drunken neighbors, capitalist plumbers, quaint local politicians, quaint storekeepers, quaint architecture, and brash children

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    1 thought on “The Neighbors Are Scaring My Wolf

    1. The humour is dated and quite racist. The author does not have much nice to say about his environment, nor the people that live near him, and although this makes for a very satirical and supposedly funny take on suburbia, it is just not very kind. It is an old book, but worryingly, not as old as i might have hoped given the very off colour remarks about people not from america.Lastly, the titular 'wolf' does not feature very much, which was disappointing.

    2. I read this years ago when I was in high school and thought it was hilariously funny (although I no longer remember any details of the book.) One day my mom saw this book on my shelf, and looked through it and discovered it had some cuss words in it. Shortly after that, the book mysteriously disappeared from my bookshelf.

    3. It helps to read Jack Douglas' books in light of the decades they were written in. This is a volume of goofy tales based on his city-guy-fish-out-of-water experience as a neo-suburbanite. His humor isn't for everyone but it's G-rated, if a bit politically incorrect here in the twenty-first century.

    4. I found this book very funny. I could understand why the wolf was frightened. But I really picked up the book in the first place because I loved the title.

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