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A tribute to wit and humor, from the minds that made the Algonquin Round Table the center of American humor.Stop looking at the world through rose-colored bifocals. His mind is so open, the wind whistles through it. You cant teach an old dogma new tricks. Ever wonder where these sayings came from? For decades, the dining room of New Yorks legendary Algonquin Hotel was a hub of letters and humor. Cocktails were swilled as writers, humorists, actors, and critics poked fun at culture, the arts, and one another. In this lively tribute, todays readers will come to understand why Robert Benchley, George S. Kaufman, and Dorothy Parker represent the epitome of quips and comebackswit that still packs a punch decades later.

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