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1927. Pictures by Grim Natwick. A posthumous publication of the writings of humorist, Will Rogers. From the foreword: In a little over a score of years he had risen from obscurity to become not only America's foremost comedian, but an Ambassador to the World and the best beloved character of these United States. He had been a cowboy, a performer in a circus, an actor on both the stage and the screen, a lecturer, a writer, a world traveler. For all his varied experience, he retained a natural simplicity of outlook which enabled him to express in terse, commonsense, witty phrases the thoughts and feelings of the common man. He concealed under a quizzical rustic manner that was infinitely winning the breadth of wisdom and the real comprehension of world events that were his. He was always himself; no King, nor President, nor other exalted personage could overawe him or claim exemption from his humorous and pointed quips. His targets became his friends. Never was he more engaging, or funnier, than in this classic tale of a hospital experience, which is presented here in this volume. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.