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Humanities
  • Author:
    Mark Twain
  • ISBN:
    1853753696
  • ISBN13:
    978-1853753695
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  • Publisher:
    Prion (March 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    241 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Humanities
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    1409 kb
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    1731 kb
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    4.7
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Hardcover, Prion Humour Classics, 241 pages.

Cannibalism in the Cars: And Other Humorous Sketches (Prion Humor . The complete humorous sketches and tales of Mark Twain now collected for the first time.

London : Prion Books. Mark Twain is the rambunctious father of all cynics

Mark Twain is the rambunctious father of all cynics. His wry observations and biting jibes made him the first modern humorist.

Mark Twain gives readers his sardonic sketches on everything from politicians, preachers, journalists, barbers, nagging wives, devious children and gullible low-lifes.

Cannibalism in the Cars : And Other Humorous Sketches.

Mark Twain is the rambunctious father of all cynics. His wry observations and biting jibes made him the first modern humorist. His sardonic sketches on everything from politicians, preachers, journalists, barbers, nagging wives, devious children, and gullible low-lifes are as hilarious and true today as they were when Twain hammered them out to make a name for himself on the frontier newspapers in the 1870s. Though humor saturates all his best-loved work, it is in the freewheeling exuberance of these early sketches and yarns that his love of pranks, hoaxes, yarns, slapstick, and parodies is shown to best effect. Throughout these tales, the violence, cruelty, and plum stupidity of human nature is woven into comic gold as he makes us roar with laughter at our own idiotic self-deception and vain conceit.