The Puttermesser Papers

The Puttermesser Papers

Book - 1997
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Yearning for a life of the mind, Ruth Puttermesser finds herself mired in the lowest circles of city bureaucracy. Her love life hopeless, her fantasies more influential than wan reality, she nevertheless turns out to be the best mayor New York City has ever elected. Soon enough, though, paradise gained becomes paradise lost, and--even for a wistful visionary like Puttermesser--the problem of disappointment remains unresolved.
Publisher: New York : Alfred Knopf, 1997
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780679454762
0679454764
Branch Call Number: FIC OZICK 1997
Characteristics: pages cm

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Charlie68
Sep 06, 2016

A series of stories with Ruth Puttermesser as the star. By turns funny and deep the well read reader will be rewarded.

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