The Dichotomy of the Dog is a book of short essays (and a couple of poems) about gas grills. And the New York Times. And fatherhood, friendship, marriage, stamp collecting, bad pop songs, dead presidents, Don Knotts, fireman hats, wayward nuns, pork chops, grandmothers, record albums, Henry David Thoreau, Wayne Newton, bricks, and much more. Some of these essays are serious. Some are not. Some are just plain silly. You ought to check out The Dichotomy of the Dog.
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Rich Wilhelm was born June 2, 1965 to Jim and Ann Wilhelm. A 1988 graduate of Temple University, Rich wrote a weekly column and entertainment stories for Temple's student newspaper. More recently, he has been a frequent contributor to Cool and Strange Music! Magazine. Although he has been writing for over 20 years, The Dichotomy of the Dog is his first book. Rich earns his living as a technical editor and lives in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania with his wife Donna and son Jimmy.
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Book Description Xlibris Corporation, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. Clean pages with no marks or inscriptions. Front cover top right corner has a deep crease. Light shelf wear. Bookseller Inventory # 047394
Book Description Xlibris Corp, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0738843113