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Price Stern Sloan [Published Date: 1971]. Hardcover, 108 pp. Second printing, November, 1972. [ author's promotional statements] If you travel at all, at some time or another you will probably stay in a hotel. If so, you cannot help coming to the conclusion, as humorist Shelley Berman has, that hotels are curious and bizarre places. They are, in fact, sovereign territories - with their own languages, their own behavior patterns, their own definitions for comfort and service. Since hotels are "hotelish" - in fact, alien - how can an ordinary human describe a hotel in one sentence?If he really thinks about it he'll simply say: "A hotel is a place..." and stop right there. But if he's Shelley Berman he'll say "A Hotel is a Place..." and sit down and write a hilarious satire.
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Book Description Price Stern Sloan, 1972. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11084310211X
Book Description Price Stern Sloan, 1972. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M084310211X