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But how many of them will suggest a book? Not nearly enough. Which is a shame, because good ole fashioned books—the kind printed on paper and distributed in mysterious places called bookstores and libraries—contain some of the best comedy ever created by other human beings. The intimacy of reading a book is what makes the humor feel more personal, digging deeper into your soul and eliciting guffaws that can truly feel like sweet relief. Here are 40 books that we consider to be the funniest ever written. Armageddon has never been this funny.
Bob Phillips, a humorist with more than four million books in print, presents a big, rib-tickling collection that everyone can enjoy. It's good clean fun! What's the.
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From the dark and dry to the witty and wry, from the fictive to the factual, from travel logs to comedic blogs, this extensive collection of humor both classic and new includes something for everyone. Add to Bag. Full of aptly and hilariously named characters such as the Jersey cows, Graceless, Pointless, Aimless, and Feckless; and cousins Urk, Ezra, Harkaway, and Caraway, this laugh-out-loud novel details what happens when a bossy city girl tries to meddle in pastoral affairs. This peerless and eternally hilarious novel relays the misadventures of the misanthropic Ignatius Reilly—a thirtysomething who lives with his mother in s New Orleans and struggles to find work while battling an affliction of the pyloric valve—as well as the various trials of the colorful characters of the Quarter. Do the Windows Open?
A genuinely funny book is one of life's simplest pleasures, but finding the real stand-outs is never as easy. Back in , we asked some leading lights of comedy and literature to nominate the books that make them laugh out loud. Here we revisit the results, and add some extras from the Esquire team. It's strange how this novel has become a by-word for doomy, nihilistic introspection; I blame Mark Chapman. It's actually a very funny book, right from its perfect opening sentence. No one has ever captured the adolescent voice with such accuracy; the pretension, the self-importance, the heart-breaking sincerity and misguided passion.