The Encyclopedia of Wit, Humor, and Wisdom: The Big Book of Little Anecdotes

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iUniverse, Jul 11, 2000 - Humor - 580 pages
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Whenever you need an amusing story to hold attention, drive home a point in speech making to enliven conversation, or to read just for fun, the more than 4,100 peppery, bubbling stories in this volume will satisfy every demand.

All are arranged alphabetically under subject. The index and cross-index makes it possible to locate the right story quickly.

The range of this volume is far and wide. The stories are about people in all walks of life. All of them are wholesome and clean. And what is more, you will want to remember and retell these stories. Drawn from the vagaries, the foibles, and the peculiarities of human nature, they provide countless chuckles from many different locales.

The ENCYCLOPEDIA of WIT, HUMOR and WISDOM is indispensable for public speakers, toastmasters, lawyers, ministers, educators, writers, salesmen, and those who love a good laugh.

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