Summer reading, fresh as a sea breeze and multicolored, too. Yes, there are only two colors, but what lovely colors they are. Besides, this is no time to nitpick when a new collection by Alphonse Allais —France’s greatest humorist—awaits you. Translated to perfection by the great Doug Skinner, this edition is packed with 44 odd and hilarious texts by the master absurdist—plus 5 extra stories culled from the pages of Le Journal. That’s over 260 pages! — guaranteed to keep you laughing all summer long.
PINK AND APPLE-GREEN is a colorful addition to Allais’s “anthumous works.”