The Big book of new American humor: the best of the past 25 years

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HarperPerennial, Sep 27, 1990 - Humor - 339 pages
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An anthology of the very funniest jokes, stories, scripts, cartoons, and parodies from Americas's top humorists, comedians, cartoonists, and entertainers of the past twenty-five years on every subject from politics to sex

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User Review  - cameronl - LibraryThing

An excellent collection of modern American humor (well, modern for 1990) from all media. The collection contains TV and radio scripts, short stories, cartoons and stand-up transcripts. My favorite is ... Read full review

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User Review  - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing

Excellent assortment of cartoons, essays, and jokes. Very American Read full review

Contents

HOW TO WRITE GOOD
34
PART TWO LIFE AFTER BIRTH
65
PROS AND CONS
94
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Moshe Waldoks is the co-editor of the bestselling "The Big Book of Jewish Humor" and "The Big Book of New American Humor." He lives in Massachusetts.

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