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101 Classic Jewish Jokes: Jewish Humor from Groucho Marx to Jerry Seinfeld
From the Borscht Belt shtick of Rodney Dangerfield to the urbane wit of Jerry Seinfeld, Jewish humor has had an enormous influence on modern comedy. Jokes about doctors, jokes about food, and of course, jokes about mothers - 101 classic jokes are in this book, along with witty essays and charming cartoons by Joe Kohl. 101 Classic Jewish Jokes is a must for any fan of Jewis ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 18th 2012 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
(first published October 25th 1997)
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Not good. The illustrations are awful; look at the cover. There were some grammar and spelling errors and not, like, Yiddish grammar or something, just mistakes. Some of the jokes were not particularly Jewish either. Just because a Jewish comic said the joke once... Like maybe some of Henny Youngman's schtick ... if he's playing to the Ed Sullivan show audience... that's not what I was looking for. The Big Book of Jewish Humor is much, much better, although I haven't finished it yet.
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