by Rob Delaney
Hardcover, 189 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $25 |
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The comedian best known for his Twitter handle and impersonation of Mitt Romney on Funny or Die presents a collection of autobiographical essays on his journey from a middle-class theater geek to a devoted family man and passionate cultural figure.
November 2, 2013 Tweeter-comedian Rob Delaney's new book is a significant departure from the 140-character format that made him famous. The memoir also showcases a more serious side. Delaney talks with NPR's Arun Rath about the struggles with alcoholism and depression that eventually led him to comedy.
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