Thursday, March 23, 2006

Old one

Obituary of playwright Channing Pollock, Aug. 18, 1946, no byline

"Although he said that he never had enough of lobster, his wife's society or leisure, he did not come by idleness easily."

It's better written than all but the pinnacle of today's obits.

2 comments:

Alana Baranick said...

I'd love to read the rest of that one, Steve. Where did you find it?

Joanne West Cornish said...

Steve...
I'd like to read that one, too. Please share.