How to Talk Dirty and Influence People

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Touchstone, May 1, 1992 - Humor - 208 pages
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Castigated in his time for breaching such American conversational taboos as religion, sex, censorship, and racism, Lenny Bruce proved to be a pioneer in exposing hypocrisies, the impact of which still echoes on both sides of censorship controversies. This book and soon-to-be-released private tapes are sure to bring the extent of Bruce's influence into sharp focus. Photo insert.

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User Review  - Cameron - Goodreads

This book starts off well but toward the end slips into a mess of legal rhetoric that became dull so I'm giving it a 3 star rating. But there are valuable lessons to be derived here; such as what it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Terragyrl3 - Goodreads

Interesting, but dated values. I want to think of Lenny Bruce as a cool rebel, but he just comes across as plain old sleazy... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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