Getting even

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Random House, 1971 - Humor - 151 pages
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In Getting Even Woody Allen revenges himself upon such significant subjects as death, obesity, organized crime, the invention of the sandwich, adult education, laundry lists of famous people, and Latin American revolutionaries. Here is Woody Allen at his philosophical deepest. Book jacket.

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It was good. A lot of it was funny. But his type of humor rarely went beyond saying, basically, random shit. The most enjoyable part of it, for me, was how he wrapped his random shit. For instance, he ... Read full review

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User Review  - Aniche - Goodreads

This feels like what the back page of Woody Allen's idea-notebook would read like. Smattered with absurdist pieces mostly around philosophy 'Getting Even' is a peek into Woody Allen's brain. His ... Read full review

Contents

The Metterling Lists
3
A Look at Organized Crime
13
The Schmeed Memoirs
19
Copyright

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About the author (1971)

Woody Allen's prolific career as a comic, writer, and filmmaker has now spanned more than five decades. He writes frequently for "The New Yorker" and is the author of "Without Feathers, Getting Even," and "Side Effects," among other books.

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