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am 23. Mai 1996
In this, one of Bombeck's last books (published 1993), we
begin to see the woman behind the witticisms and motherhood
one-liners. While this book lacks some of the wit and
wisecracks of some of her earlier works (The Grass is Always
Greener..., Family: The Ties that Bind...), we get a unique
insight into the life of Erma. Sounding more like a memoir
than comedy routine, the reader follows a young housewife
through the early years of "husband reform," through three
children, the empty nest, and a mid-life career that literally
took her from ironing shirts to joking with Johnny Carson.
A fitting tribute to anyone who wants to know about the woman
behind the column and the people that helped her become the
woman we laughed with for over 20 years. We'll miss you, Erma.
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