London: Robson Books, 1988. Hardcover. 4to, 287 pages. Firm binding; no loose pages. Book and dust jacket with minimal use and wear. Red boards with gilt lettering. Very good / very good. Item #4254
Twelve pages of black and white photographs. From the dust jacket: "'My Life with Groucho' charts the long career of a man who, born into an impoverished immigrant family, became one of the world's best-loved comedians. . . . Sadly, far from bringing the serene and contented retirement he had always hoped for, Groucho's last years were clouded by estrangement (albeit temporary) from his three children, stress and domestic turmoil when he fell under the influence of a young woman determined to dominate his personal and professional life. Arthur Marx tells the whole story here for the first time."