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Shakespeare's Insults For Lawyers (Shakespeare's Insults)

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"The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers" (King Henry VI, Pt. II). More than enough insults for a week in the courtroom or a dark night of the legal soul, this collection of caustic diatribes about lawyers features the best from the poisoned pen of the most vituperative wit of all time. 20 line illustrations. National pulbicity.
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published April 2nd 1996 by Clarkson Potter
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Stephen
Dec 18, 2013 Stephen rated it liked it
First Let's kill all the Lawyers
Variations on this Shakespearean line almost always come up when the cultural elite meet. Making capital of that fact, the authors here have gathered all of the Bard's germane quotes together into one volume suitable for "gifting" to the lawyer of your choice. They have a similar volume for doctors if any of those are on your gift list.

Further cashing in on the "cultural fluency by proxy" market, they've even marketed a set of magnetic kits for crafting your own
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