I love me, vol. I: S. Wordrow's palindrome encyclopedia : being a magic mirror, master key, and treasure map to some well-defined cracks and hot spots in reality (all-round trips) arranged alphabetically from AA to ZZZ-ZZZ-ZZZ

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Algonquin Books, Jan 8, 1996 - Games - 408 pages
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S. Wordrow's Palindrome Encyclopedia revealed and interpreted by Michael Donner. "Packs a record-breaking 35,000 cross-referenced palindromes into a tongue-in-cheek reference book that is a must-have for crossword puzzlers, word lovers, or anyone who loves the absurd."--Houston Tribune; "Silliness is the unabashed point in these 400-plus pages."--Sun-Times (Chicago); "This is surely the most thorough survey of words that come and go the same way."--William Safire, The New York Times Magazine; "Har-har! Rah-Rah!"--The Orlando Sentinel. A QUALITY PAPERBACK BOOK CLUB selection.

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I love me, vol. I: S. Wordrow's palindrome encyclopedia: being a magic mirror, master key, and treasure map to some well-defined cracks and hot spots in reality (all-round trips) arranged alphabetically from AA to ZZZ-ZZZ-ZZZ

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A palindrome is a phrase that reads the same backward as forward, e.g., "Nemo, we revere women." Donner, a founding editor of Games magazine, presents a collection here for readers who revel in word ... Read full review

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Only absolute weirdos like me would find this dictionary of palindromes so fun and entertaining. Read full review

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