Stet The Halls With Boughs of Damnit
Which means ? . . . that National Review’s complete and unedited collection of curmudgeon-in-resident Florence King’s acclaimed back-page oeuvre–STET, Damnit! The Misanthrope’s Corner, 1991 to 2002–is the perfect present for that good friend or family member who has loves great writing from someone who doesn’t suffer fools, gladly or any way. We’ve sold thousands of copies of this great book, with many people buying multiple copies because they know it makes an ideal gift. Now we’ve reduced our price on extra copies, so we hope (damnit!) you’ll take advantage of this offer, in time for Christmas. Whoever you give it to will be grateful, but will have trouble saying thanks because they’ll be too busy laughing over Florence’s outrageous-but-dead-on take of all things cultural. You can order your copies of STET, Damnit! Here.
By the way, FK fans know she is W. C. Fields-esque in the matter of children. So it’s a bit noteworthy that hundreds upon hundreds of people who have ordered STET Damnit! and our kids books (The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature, The National Review Treasury of Classic Bedtime Stories, Queen Zixi of Ix)–you can also order them here http://www.nationalreview.com/store/book_group.asp or by calling 1-800-464-5526–at the same time. The explanation: people know and get great literature when they see it.