The History of Farting

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Michael O'Mara, 1995 - Flatulence - 160 pages
12 Reviews
This is a collection of papers from the Bart Collection on the history of farting. The collection was started by Benjamin Bart on discovering several papers in his grandmother Emily's cedar chest, and are available with the help of the Australian Literature Council.

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User Review  - Talbot Hook - Goodreads

This is a book of limericks under the guise of history. I have a book of limericks. I need no others. Also, thanks Christmas for your tasteful and insightful books! You know me all too well! Read full review

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User Review  - Sam.ohm.negi - Goodreads

This book gave a lot of information about my topic for my English project. It was ok because it had a lot of facts and was helpful but it also had useless information that was negative. The author had a last name of Benjamin Franklin and Benjamin Franklin created a letter named fart proudly. Read full review

Contents

Introduction to the Fart Chapter 2 The Song of the Fart
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Le Petomane
49
The Farta from Sparta
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