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eBook Shakespeare: The Bard's Guide To Abuses And Affronts (Running Press Miniature Editions) ePub

eBook Shakespeare: The Bard's Guide To Abuses And Affronts (Running Press Miniature Editions) ePub

by William Shakespeare

  • ISBN: 0762411031
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: William Shakespeare
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Running Press; Min edition (August 22, 2001)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1419 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1672 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 453

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Hardcover: 128 pages. Shakespearean comedy at its best! This is an amusing little book that will keep you, and others, laughing with the Bard's off-the-wall humour.

Hardcover: 128 pages.

Presenting a most civilized way to silence boors, deflect rudeness, and. Start by marking Shakespeare: The Bard's Guide to Abuses and Affronts as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Published August 22nd 2001 by Running Press (first published November 1984). Short quotations that are easy to digest and what's more these ones relate to abuses and affronts, which makes them more amusing. I particularly like 'The tartness of his face sours ripe grapes' from Coriolanus and 'There is no more faith in thee than in a stewed prune' from Henry IV Part 1 - both quite fruity!

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Baffle your friends with your erudite knowledge of Shakespearean English, all while casually insulting them. This deluxe collection of Shakespeare's most dazzling insults is neatly separated into sections for quick retrieval when. This deluxe collection of Shakespeare's most dazzling insults is neatly separated into sections for quick retrieval when a stinging retort is demanded. Become the master of your own villainy with creative insults that will show those rogues and ruffians who's in charge!

Shakespeare's enduring putdowns include "Thou art a very ragged Wart" (Henry IV), "Thy kiss is as comfortless as frozen water to a starved snake" (Troilus and Cressida), and "In civility thou seem'st so empty" (As You Like It). Why resort to vulgarity when a high-brow literary epithet does.

Shakespeare's enduring putdowns include "Thou art a very ragged Wart" (Henry IV), "Thy kiss is as comfortless as frozen water to a starved snake" (Troilus and Cressida), and "In civility thou seem'st so empty" (As You Like It). Why resort to vulgarity when a high-brow literary epithet does the job so well?

Shakespeare’s enduring putdowns include Thou art a very ragged Wart (Henry IV), Thy kiss is as comfortless as frozen water to a starved snake (Troilus and Cressida), and In civility thou seem’st so empty (As You Like It). Why resort to vulgarity when a high-brow literary epithet does the job so well?

A miniature book of clever insults taken from the works of The Bard. Shakespeare's enduring put-downs will never leave you at a loss for words!

A miniature book of clever insults taken from the works of The Bard. A miniature book of clever insults taken from the works of The Bard.

This deluxe collection of Shakespeare's most dazzling insults is neatly separated into sections for quick retrieval when a stinging retort is demanded. Become the master of your own villainy with creative insults that will show those rogues and ruffians who's in charge! Details. Returns: we would like you to be delighted with your purchase, and will refund any items returned within 28 days. Please see here for our full returns policy. Back to Books & Music.

Presenting a most civilized way to silence boors, deflect rudeness, and chide churlish lovers: Our mini book of insults culled from the dramatic works of English literature's most gifted wordsmith. Shakespeare's enduring putdowns include "Thou art a very ragged Wart" (Henry IV), "Thy kiss is as comfortless as frozen water to a starved snake" (Troilus and Cressida), and "In civility thou seem'st so empty" (As You Like It). Why resort to vulgarity when a high-brow literary epithet does the job so well?

Comments

Gold as Heart Gold as Heart
all the good stuff you should memorize from shakespeare is in this book. I gave it to my sister as a gift.
Gamba Gamba
Shakespearean comedy at its best! This is an amusing little book that will keep you, and others, laughing with the Bard's off-the-wall humour.
Andromathris Andromathris
The Shakespeare professor had a good laugh
Hucama Hucama
It's not an exaggeration: this book is even mini for an infant, on whose hands it equals in size. The quotations were poorly picked, and its only abuses and affronts are on its buyer.
Ddilonyne Ddilonyne
this book is the size of a matchbook. suggest instead you buy shakespeares insults: educating your wit. its loaded with fun
Fomand Fomand
Haven't figured out a classy way to tell someone that they get on your nerves? Want to make a big impression in a heated one on one dispute? Well, this is the book for you. Potent, sarcastic yet classic quotes taken from Shakespearean plays are compiled in this tiny book. Whether you tuck this small treasure in your desk at work or place it on the nightstand at home, you must use it. You will definitely have the upper hand in your next verbal battle with the enemy. Be offensive with style!