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A Child in Palestine: The Cartoons of Naji al-Ali by Naji al-Ali Introduction by Joe Sacco The first collection by the leading Palestinian political cartoonist, introduced by the author of Palestine. Naji al-Ali grew up in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh in the south Lebanese city of Sidon, where his gift for drawing…

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The New Comedy Writing Step by Step by Gene Perret Three-time Emmy Award-winner Gene Perret’s Comedy Writing Step by Step has been the manual for humor writers for 25 years. In this new book, his first update, Perret offers readers a treasure trove of guidelines and suggestions covering a broad range of comedy writing situations,…

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Stage Fright: 40 Stars Tell You How They Beat America’s #1 Fear by Mick Berry, Michael Edelstein Overview Never before has the problem of stage fright been so eloquently examined; 40 interviews with some of the most highly-accomplished public figures shed light on this affliction, offering tips from their own experiences for overcoming it. Jason…

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Killed Cartoons: Casualties from the War on Free Expression Edited by David Wallis Editorial page cartoons have a history of ridiculing politicians and other public figures. They also express opinions on current events and controversial issues. As a result, they often upset some readers, particularly the figures depicted. According to David Wallis in Killed Cartoons,…

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The Dance of the Comedians: The People, the President, and the Performance of Political Standup Comedy in America Hardcover by Peter M. Robinson (Author) Editorial Reviews Review ‘The Dance of the Comedians’ is a wonderful book exceptionally well written, insightful, and serious but fun. By examining America’s political discourse from the perspective of standup comedy,…

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The British Museum Caricatures – Tim Clayton Product Description The political satirical print enjoyed its heyday during the eighteenth and early nineteenth century and was the predecessor of modern newspaper cartoons. Their power lies in the startling combination of draughtsmanship, merciless humour and often disturbing insights into social and political scenarios. To mark the three-hundred…