Titolo: Steal This Book: And Get Life Without Parole
Casa editrice: Common Courage Press
Data di pubblicazione: 2002
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781567511710-3
Riassunto: Bob Harris is possibly the only comedian alive who has drawn reviews comparing him to both Lenny Bruce and Noam Chomsky.
In this, his first book, syndicated radio humorist, Mother Jones online columnist, noted Jeopardy! show-off, and stand-up comedian Bob Harris tears into the lunacies of modern American politics, media, and culture.
Harris' loopy, self-effacing humor hides deep knowledge of economics, history, and science behind pop culture references and a plain-spoken style, translating complex ideas into hard-hitting, often laugh-out-loud essays.
What makes Harris unique is an underlying, palpable belief in the intelligence and human dignity of normal working people, despite the insane and often inhuman world around us.
L'autore: Bob Harris is a syndicated radio humorist whose daily commentaries air on over 75 stations nationwide and are rebroadcast four times daily to over 140 countries by Armed Forces Radio. The winner of Best Feature awards from the Associated Press and L.A. Press Club, Bob is also a leading guest speaker on college campuses. Since 1992, Bob has brought his humorous talks on subjects ranging from campaign financing to the civil rights movement to over 225 colleges and universities nationwide. A columnist of Mother Jones magazine's online edition, Bob's also a successful stand-up comedian and five-time champ on the game show Jeopardy, which is what he says makes his Mom the proudest. Bob lives in Hollywood, where he works hours Nike wouldn't demand and swears never to date another actress again at least once a month.
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