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Shakespeare's Hundred Best One-Liners is not a tome. It was designed for R&R (rest and recreation) not stodgy or arcane research.
Also included on every other page are 50 of the Bard's most famous words and phrases that have survived 400 years to become household words. Included on this amazing list are..."Household Words", "Green-Eyed Monster", "Into Thin Air", "Dead As a Doornail", "Salad Days" and on and delightfully on.
This carefully chosen collection is one that you will want to make your own as well as share with friends, relatives and maybe even a few enemies. After even a quick reading, you will be able to flatten all those who offend you with such Shakespearian zingers as "I do desire we may be better strangers".
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Jack Thomas graduated Magna Mia Culpa from the University of Arizona. After serving a five-year stint as an L.A. County probation officer, he wrote a series of eleven Bantam books exploring the world of the 1970's teenage delinquent that were translated into five languages and sold over 1.5 million copies. The genre of these books was popularized recently by Quentin Tarentino in his highly acclaimed film "Pulp Fiction". Mr. Thomas also assisted screen legend James Cagney with his best-selling autobiography "Cagney by Cagney" (Doubleday).
Mr. Thomas' screen credits include: original story and co-screenplay for "Embryo" starring Rock Hudson and working with noted director Michael Curtiz (Casablanca) while co-writing "Francis of Assisi" released by 20th Century Fox.
He is currently interviewing discriminating publishers to release his latest novel: "Fire-rock, Live-finger".
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Book Description Jack W Thomas, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0967477905
Book Description Bard Books, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110967477905