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, 1996 - Games & Activities - 408 pages
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Arranged from aa (a type of lava) to Zzz-zzz-zzz (snoring), this book of many happy returns will have everybody reading not only between the lines, but north, south, east, and west along them. Michael Donner, former editor of Games magazine, not only reveals and interprets classic palindromes, such as A man, a plan, a canal: Panama, he offers hundreds of strange and delightful originals. Even better, he takes us on a magical mystery tour of palindromic places, such as Adaven, Nevada; Apollo, PA; and Ekalaka Lake, Montana. The whimsical and erudite commentaries are as much fun as the "dromes" themselves.

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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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