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Tag Archives: humor
Book of January 19, 2010
A children’s classic makes a very good hat.
Book of December 5, 2009
In honor of today’s weather, which involves awful things falling from my sky over most of the eastern US.
Book of November 2, 2009
One of my favorite starter Pratchetts, introducing the Witches of Lancre. More references to Shakespeare than to fantasy, so particularly accessible to readers from outside the genre.
Book of October 27, 2009
Jane Austen’s funniest novel, a satire of Gothic romances, the people who read them — and the people who think they’re too good to read them.
Book of October 14, 2009
A Memorable History of England, comprising all the parts you can remember, including 103 Good Things, 5 Bad Kings and 2 Genuine Dates. 75th anniversary edition, with new copyright-enhanced illustrations by Steven Appleby.
Book of September 22, 2009
Rants worthy of Jeremiah, from a Borderer who went home again.
Book of September 21, 2009
A fairy-tale of humor, wisdom, and the most astonishing style.