How to talk dirty and influence people: an autobiography

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 188 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  - Dave Peticolas - Goodreads

Lenny Bruce's autobiography is filled with fascinating accounts of his strange life and with his unique brand of pointed social commentary. Included are some of the court trials he was forced to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chris Thompson - Goodreads

Well it has been years since I have read it (I was fourteen) but I still vividly recall many fascinating antidotes from this autobiography...particularly when Lenny gets arrested for impersinating a ... Read full review


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