Black Comedians on Black Comedy: How African-Americans Taught Us to Laugh
Darryl Littleton presents a comprehensive and entertaining look at the global phenomenon that is 'black comedy'. The text thoroughly traces the history and evolution of the genre, and puts the fascinating story of black comedy into the words of those who know it best - the comedians.
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In the introduction, comedian Dick Gregory describes this book as a "history in progress of the contribution of black comedians." Littleton, also a comedian (he performs under the name D'Militante ... Read full review
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