BookReview: How To Run A Bassoon Factory or Business Explained & Business for Pleasure
by Nigel Balchin, Hamish Hamilton, 1951
Nigel Balchin wrote this under the pseudonym Mark Spade. It is unfortunately out of print. One of my copies is from the Women's Internation Club Library, Djakarta. The book was originally written in 1934. It's total tongue-in-cheek, but there are lessons to be learned for those who like big plans and ideas.
Via Rob 1/13/2008
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