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The Stanley Holloway Monologues

Author : Stanley Holloway
ISBN : 0241103061
Genre : Drama
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Here, for the first time, is complete collection of actor and entertainer Stanley Hollowayâe(tm)s incomparable comic monologues, which he performed between 1929 and 1941. All the much-loved characters such as Albert Ramsbottom (âe~with a stick with an âe~orseâe(tm)s âe~ead âe~andleâe(tm)), Sam Small (âe~Sam, Sam, pick oop thaâe(tm) arm), and King âe~Arold (âe~on his âe~orse with his âe~awk in his âe~andâe(tm)) are gathered together and brilliantly illustrated by cartoonist Bill Tidy.

History And Humour

Author : Barbara Korte
ISBN : 9783839425930
Genre : Social Science
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One tends to associate history with serious modes of presentation rather than with humorous ones. Yet Clio also smiles and laughs out loud: Comic renderings of historical events and figures have made a significant contribution to »popular« history since around 1800. This volume offers case studies on history and humour in Britain and the US from 1800 to the present, discussing various historical topics, actors and events from the Middle Ages to the recent past.

The Book Of Comic And Dramatic Monologues

Author : Michael Marshall
ISBN : 0241107385
Genre : Humorous poetry, English
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Women And Comedy

Author : Peter Dickinson
ISBN : 9781611476446
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Women and Comedy: History, Theory, Practice presents the most current international scholarship on the complexity and subversive potential of women’s comedic speech, literature, and performance. Earlier comedy theorists such as Freud and Bergson did not envision women as either the agents or audiences of comedy, only as its targets. Only more recently have scholarly studies of comedy begun to recognize and historicize women’s contributions to—and political uses of—comedy. The essays collected here demonstrate the breadth of current scholarship on gender and comedy, spanning centuries of literature and a diversity of methodologies. Through a reconsideration of literary, theatrical, and mass media texts from the Classical period to the present, Women and Comedy: History, Theory, Practice responds to the historical marginalization and/or trivialization of both women and comedy. The essays collected in this volume assert the importance of recognizing the role of women and comedy in order to understand these texts, their historical contexts, and their possibilities and limits as models for social engagement. In the spirit of comedy itself, these analyses allow for opportunities to challenge and reevaluate the theoretical approaches themselves.

An Arm Of Iron

Author : Roy Walding
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020594409
Genre : Entertainers
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01-10-1890 to 30-01-82 From Co-Optimists To `My Fair Lady' In NewHeven Philadelphia & N.Y. USA. And Film Worldwide Monologue, Cinema, Shakespeare, Royal Chapter, Its Higgins Sir USA. T.V.

Puzzles And Essays From The Exchange

Author : Charles R. Anderson
ISBN : 0789017628
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Who said that? When did that happen? Where the heck does that thing come from? Was that French, or what? What's that supposed to mean? For 35 years, librarians in the United States and other countries sent puzzles they could not solve locally to “The Exchange,” a column for reference librarians appearing in RQ (and later, RUSQ), the official journal of the Reference and User Services Division of the ALA. Other readers often furnished the answers--sometimes years or even decades later! Puzzles and Essays from “The Exchange” organizes those perplexing questions and answers into a reader-friendly reference format, embellished with essays that appeared in the column over the last fifteen years of its publication. This unique collection of questions and answers that stumped librarians on four continents over a 35-year period comes complete with authoritative bibliographic citations. It also contains an extensive subject, person, and keyword index, providing easy access to the material. Packed with fascinating information, little-known trivia, and hard-to-find facts, Puzzles and Essays from “The Exchange” is a wonderful reference source, answering difficult questions about: the origins of common--and not-so-common-customs, like giving engagement rings, driving on the right or left side of the road, tying yellow ribbons around trees in memory of captives, leg shaving, visits from the “Tooth Fairy,” and much, much more! the origins of words, phrases, and terms that don't, when taken literally, make much sense the origins of popular sayings--The grass is always greener; The whole nine yards; It ain't over until the fat lady sings; Close but no cigar; Going down the tube; Light at the end of the tunnel; Katy, bar the door; Goodbye, cruel world; etc. the sources of famous quotations--both spurious and real! the sources of poetry fragments and bits of verse that have become part of the popular lexicon hard-to-find biographical information-from George Washington Carver's many uses for the peanut and the sweet potato to the name of Paul Revere's horse to the truth about the “let them eat cake” story attributed to Marie Antoinette trivia and miscellany--how lullabies began; why a yawn is contagious when a sneeze is not; what the names of the monkeys in The Wizard of Oz were; why pigeons bob their heads when they walk; what the vital statistics of the Venus de Milo are; and much more! the history of “The Exchange” itself! Puzzles and Essays from “The Exchange” will also challenge you with a list of so-far unanswered questions, unidentified quotations, and popular sayings whose origins are still generally unknown. Perhaps you'll be the one to answer the riddles that stumped the editors and readers of “The Exchange!”

Times There Were Before

Author : Gerald Firth
ISBN : 9781105529153
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Before I Forget

Author : Brian Tesler
ISBN : 9780955451508
Genre : East End (London, England)
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The Italian Doctor S Bride

Author : Margaret McDonagh
ISBN : 9781460377451
Genre : Fiction
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Dr. Nic di Angelis's arrival has stirred up considerable interest in the rural Scottish village of Lochaning! The gorgeous Italian is a wonderfully caring GP, and has won the hearts of the whole village—apart from that of his boss, Dr. Hannah Frost. Hannah has spent her adult life hiding away and devoting herself to her work. But she cannot ignore the warmth of attraction she feel for Nic, who is determined to make Hannah live and enjoy her life. It will take all the powers of Nic's Italian heat to break through Hannah's defenses. But only then will Hannah be able to appreciate what the fiery, passionate doctor has to offer her…

And Did Those Feet

Author : Charlie Connelly
ISBN : 9780748111534
Genre : Travel
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The landscape of the British Isles is filled with history, much of which we miss as it flashes past the car window. Do we even realise that we're following the same path as the Tolpuddle Martyrs, or that we're driving past the exact spot where King Harold was killed, shot through the eye with an arrow? As a lover of both history and the British countryside, Charlie Connelly decided to rectify this, and set out on a series of walks that recreate famous historical journeys. En route he retells the story of the original trip while discovering who and what now inhabit these iconic routes. Walking in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, Charlie journeys alongside Boudicca's ghost in Norfolk, relives Bonnie Prince Charlie's flight to Skye disguised as Flora MacDonald's maid and takes the same 32-mile round trip as the starving Louisburgh famine walkers. He suffers broken toes, becomes trapped in the Scottish Parliament and encounters dead poets and a surprisingly high number of mad old women in woolly hats. Told with Charlie's customary charm and wit, And Did Those Feet will reveal the historical secrets hidden in the much-loved coastal, country and urban landscapes of Britain.

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