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Losing Mum and Pup : a memoir

Author: Christopher Buckley
Publisher: New York : Twelve, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Bestselling author Buckley's most personal and transcendent work--the tragicomic true story of the year in which he lost both of his parents. The author offers consolation, wit, and warmth to those coping with the death of a mother or father.
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Buckley, Christopher, 1952-
Losing Mum and Pup.
New York : Twelve, 2009
(OCoLC)649941388
Named Person: Christopher Buckley; William F Buckley, Jr.; William F Buckley, Jr.; Christopher Buckley; William F Buckley; William F Buckley; William F Buckley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Buckley
ISBN: 9780446540940 0446540943
OCLC Number: 263146798
Description: 251 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: You're next --
April is the cruelest month --
She's already in heaven --
I guess we can do anything we want to --
That sounded like a fun dinner --
I don't want champagne --
Dude, what's with your Dad? --
You need to get here as quickly as you can --
We're terribly late as it is --
I miss my urine report --
You can imagine how pleased your mother was --
My old man and the sea --
If it weren't for the religious aspect --
I'd do the same for you --
Please not to arrest my dear father --
Blood of the fathers --
That would be a real bore --
Boy, how he'd have loved this --
He's looking much better --
Something I've written for the paper --
A bit much to spring on a lad with a morning head --
There's a Mr. X apparently --
Home is the sailor --
Postlude --
The hunter home from the hill.
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Bestselling author Buckley's most personal and transcendent work--the tragicomic true story of the year in which he lost both of his parents. The author offers consolation, wit, and warmth to those coping with the death of a mother or father.

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