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Why Is That So Funny

Author : John Wright
ISBN : 0879103434
Genre : Music
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(Book). This unique exploration of the principles and practice of physical comedy starts with a discussion of the various types of laughter that can be provoked by performance. It then presents graduated sequences of over a hundred games and exercises devised to demonstrate and investigate the whole range of comic possibilities open to a performer. The result is an intensely practical and thoroughly stimulating investigation of how comedy works in physical terms.
Category: Music

What S So Funny

Author : Nancy A. Walker
ISBN : 0842026886
Genre : History
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Presents studies attempting to define and dissect American humor for students and scholars.
Category: History

What S So Funny

Author : Donna Jackson
ISBN : 9781101664841
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Everyone loves to laugh, and to hear and see funny things-but what makes something funny in the first place? What is humor? This book explains why our brains think something is funny, what happens to us physically when we laugh, why you can tickle your friend but not yourself, and so much more. Plenty of jokes and silly anecdotes are included, and hilarious line drawings appear on almost every page.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Only Joking

Author : Jimmy Carr
ISBN : 1440627207
Genre : Humor
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Britain’s hottest young comedian presents a seriously funny, up-close look at joking matters—from the social origins of laughter, to the art and craft of humor, to why we can never remember the punch line—featuring over 300 jokes. As the host of the hit game show Distraction (now in its third season on Comedy Central) and one of the premier stand-up acts working today, award-winning comedian Jimmy Carr has won over millions of fans around the world with his trademark rapier wit, laced with "exquisitely economical and perfectly timed one-liners" (The Guardian). For this book he teams up with friend and fellow comedy writer Lucy Greeves to take an in-depth look at where humor comes from and how it works, through exploring its purest form: the joke. Only Joking begins with the mechanism of laughter—how it happens and why even infants do it—then delves into the power of the punch line, exploring the basics of all jokes, from the use of shock and surprise to advanced stand-up techniques such as the "pull-back/reveal." Carr and Greeves go on to explore taboo humor, jokes that bomb, and the psychology of finding something funny. They look into the long-standing connection between politics and humor, and discuss the survival prospects for contentious jokes in the current political climate. Throughout the book they conjure up a supporting cast of colorful joke enthusiasts, from Sigmund Freud to Lenny Bruce, and discuss their influence on the jokes we tell today. Surveying across national, ethnic, and gender divides, this rollicking analysis of why joking will always be close to the human heart is an irresistible exploration of humor that makes clear why we need a good laugh now more than ever.
Category: Humor

What S So Funny

Author : Kevin Sheedy
ISBN : 9780857964410
Genre : Humor
File Size : 76.86 MB
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The perfect Fathers' Day present for a footy fan - a joke book that has the favourite joke of your favourite player! Kevin Sheedy, ex-champion player,four-time premiershipcoach with the Bombers and now the first coach of the Greater Western Sydney team, has collected Australia's best jokes. Why? Because he believes humour is good for us, and a joke book could help to get people reading. Apercentage of the profits from this book will go to the Indigenous Literacy Project. Thiscollectionhas jokes from AFL players, footy fans and the odd taxi driver.
Category: Humor

It S So Funny

Author : Yvonne Moore
ISBN : 9781456895945
Genre : Humor
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It's So Funny by Yvonne Moore is a collection of over four hundred clean jokes, some dating back to the 1800s. There are doctors jokes, lawyers, teachers, children, cops, dumb crooks, and lots more. It's So Funny is like a rainbow on a cloudy day.
Category: Humor

God Can Be So Funny

Author : Anthony Nwachukwu
ISBN : 1475953232
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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God sent his beloved son, not for the healthy, rich, wealthy but the sick and the nobody's of society. The book is a powerful demonstration of God's foolishness in caring for sinful people, things or favors which they cannot do for one another. Consequently, the author sees all the miracles that happened in the course of his ministry and the spiritual encounters he made as God's design to approve his ministry of healing and joy. You cannot stop reading till the end.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

What S So Funny About Education

Author : Lou Fournier
ISBN : 0761939342
Genre : Education
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Using affectionate humor, Fournier delivers both stark and subtle epiphanies alongside enduring truths, offering a deeper social commentary on the present conditions and future directions of American education.
Category: Education

Wrack And Rune

Author : Charlotte MacLeod
ISBN : 9789049982973
Genre : Fiction
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A gruesome murder leads Professor Peter Shandy to uncover an ancient Viking curse When 105-year-old Hilda Horsefall tells young reporter Cronkite Swope of a stone carved with Norse runes that once sat in the nearby woods, the writer starts salivating at the thought of breaking the news that Vikings once marauded through their sleepy Massachusetts countryside. But while he’s jotting down notes, a scream rings out, and Cronkite finds an even bigger story. A farmhand has been burned to death by quicklime, and Cronkite gets an exclusive scoop. In this neck of New England, strange deaths are invariably referred to Professor Peter Shandy, the only local with the know-how to connect fearsome quicklime to the Vikings of old. But as he digs into the ancient mystery, he finds the forgotten Norse gods are not above demanding a modern sacrifice.
Category: Fiction

Funny Pictures

Author : Daniel Ira Goldmark
ISBN : 9780520950122
Genre : Performing Arts
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This collection of essays explores the link between comedy and animation in studio-era cartoons, from filmdom’s earliest days through the twentieth century. Written by a who’s who of animation authorities, Funny Pictures offers a stimulating range of views on why animation became associated with comedy so early and so indelibly, and illustrates how animation and humor came together at a pivotal stage in the development of the motion picture industry. To examine some of the central assumptions about comedy and cartoons and to explore the key factors that promoted their fusion, the book analyzes many of the key filmic texts from the studio years that exemplify animated comedy. Funny Pictures also looks ahead to show how this vital American entertainment tradition still thrives today in works ranging from The Simpsons to the output of Pixar.
Category: Performing Arts