Wicked Words: A Treasury of Curses, Insults, Put-Downs, and Other Formerly Unprintable Terms from Anglo-Saxon Times to the Present
The author of Crown's A Dictionary of Euphemisms and Other Doubletalk has fun at the other end of the language spectrum in this witty, anecdote-filled guide to the many impolite, insulting, and just plain "bad" words with which the English language is blessed. Line drawings. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Though there weren't very many words or phrases in this book that I wasn't already familiar with, it was still a good read. I was interested to discover the history and original meanings of commonly ... Read full review
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