Books in category Literary Criticism – Humor

  • ضد فراموشی
    محمود فرجامی

    گزیده ده سال طنز نوشته‌های سیاسی و اجتماعی محمود فرجامی

  • خنده و خاموشی
    محمود فرجامی

    گزیده ده سال طنز نوشته‌های سیاسی و اجتماعی محمود فرجامی

  • Ain t that a Knee slapper

    Ain’t that a Knee-slapper
    Tim Hollis

    A hee-hawing history of comedic performers from the golden age of radio through "The Dukes of Hazzard"

  • Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town

    Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
    Stephen Leacock

    Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction. This book was first published in 1912.

  • Fetching the Old Southwest

    Fetching the Old Southwest
    James H. Justus

    Like most writing, humor is a product of its place and time, and the works studied herein are no exception.

  • Stephen Leacock

    Stephen Leacock
    Gerald Lynch

    " After years of chasing down Leacock's numerous literary mounts, I can assert that none of this is true.

  • Housebroken

    Laurie Notaro

    Praise for Laurie Notaro “Notaro is a scream, the freak-magnet of a girlfriend you can’t wait to meet for a drink to hear her latest story.”—The Plain Dealer “If Laurie Notaro’s books don’t inspire pants-wetting fits of …

  • Recreation and Style

    Recreation and Style
    Brigid Maher

    Printbegrænsninger: Der kan printes 10 sider ad gangen og max. 40 sider pr. session

  • Better a Shrew Than a Sheep

    Better a Shrew Than a Sheep
    Pamela Allen Brown

    In a study that explodes the assumption that early modern comic culture was created by men for men, Pamela Allen Brown shows that jest books, plays, and ballads represented women as laugh-getters and sought out the laughter of ordinary …

  • The Senses of Humor

    The Senses of Humor
    Daniel Wickberg

    Drawing on a wide range of sources and disciplinary perspectives, Wickberg's analysis challenges many of the prevailing views of modern American culture and suggests a new model for cultural historians.

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