JF Ptak Science Books LLC Post 478
So. I really couldn't tell what was going to happen in this pamphlet, a fine example from my Naive Surreal collection. Unfortunately, it is a bit of only a lonely hearts tale, in spite of the monumentally-odd cover of the southern girl with hairy legs and a hobo switch and no shoes and a bare midriff in the wilds of Alaska. The only thing that the text has going for it in the oddness department--with the exception of being badly written--is the enormous,use,of,the,comma. I don't know what the record is for the badly-employed use of the comma might be, but, well, this little story must be making quite a run for it. In the dedication, for example, which is ten lines and 100 words long, there are 18 commas. More follow. Many more.
The cover must stand on its own--and it does.