Love All the People

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jun 1, 2009 - Humor - 300 pages
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Bill Hicks was arguably the most influential stand-up comedian of the last 30 years. He was funny, out of hand, impossible to ignore and genuinely disturbing. His work has inspired Michael Moore, Mark Thomas and Robert Newman among others. The trade paperback published in February 2003 was the first collected work and included major stand-up routines, diary, notebook and letters extracts, plus his final writings, most previously unpublished. This smaller format paperback has extra material discovered subsequently.

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Review: Love All the People: Letters, Lyrics, Routines

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Bill Hicks died shockingly early of pancreatic cancer at the age of just 32. This collection of essays, interviews, performance transcripts, Q+A sessions and other written works attempts to give the ... Read full review

Review: Love All the People: Letters, Lyrics, Routines

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A comic genius, despite a few intrinsic issues I have transposing a vital live format to the page, as a Hicks devotee, having watched his specials hundreds of times, I was able to read his voice and ... Read full review

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Bill Hicks died on February 26th, 1994. This is the first collection of all his stand-up routines, diaries and notebooks, letters and final writings. Here we can trace the evolution of Hicks' work from brilliant conventional stand-up into something far more interesting and dangerous: an open invitation to a life lived without fear.

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