SeinLanguage [with ALS to William Safire]. Jerry Seinfeld.
SeinLanguage [with ALS to William Safire]

SeinLanguage [with ALS to William Safire]

Very Good / Very Good. Item #5518
ISBN: 0553096060

New York: Bantam Books, 1993. Later Printing. Signed letter to author and journalist William Safire on Seinfeld's cardstock stationary dated 11-29-05 with written note "Bill, Thank you for indulging my curiosity. And here is a further soupcon of silliness. Jerry."

Octavo; 180pp. Photo-illustrated dust jacket over charcoal paper- and black cloth-covered boards with blue lettering to spine. Jacket nudged at head of spine with a few light scratches to back. Boards are sturdy and square. Binding is sound and pages unmarked.

While we found a few references to Seinfeld in Safire's columns, we were more amused by the mention of Safire in season six Seinfeld episode "The Big Salad" (first aired September 29, 1994] in which George Costanza's girlfriend Julie (played by Michelle Forbes), during lunch at Monk's Cafe, mentions "I like Anna Quindlen's column. And Safire. Don't you like Safire? ... Although at times he can be a bit pedantic," which in turn inspires George to expound upon the pronunciation and spelling of Atlanta Falcons quarterback Bobby Hebert's surname, which he says is "a fun name to pronounce" without the expected "r."

Price: $200.00

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