The Sense of Humor

By: Eastman, Max

Price: $25.00

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Book Condition: Good+

(no dust jacket) [bumping/softening to bottom corners and base of spine, gilt lettering rubbed but still readable on both spine and front cover, faint stain on top edge of text block with slight bleed-through at top edges of a number of pages; all in all a solid reading/reference copy]. The noted radical/critic/journalist/poet/activist expounds (quite perceptively) on various types and philosophies of humor, following a brief preface in which he quotes George Bernard Shaw, who said: "There is no more dangerous literary symptom than a temptation to write about wit and humor. It indicates the total of loss of both."

Title: The Sense of Humor

Author: Eastman, Max

Categories: Literary Criticism,

Edition: Later Printing

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1936 (c.1921)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+

Seller ID: 21923

Keywords: Comedy Laughter Humor Jokes Philosophy Popular Culture