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Misanthropology: A Florilegium of Bahumbuggery

Reneau H. Reneau

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ISBN 10: 0972954902 / ISBN 13: 9780972954907
Published by Donlazaro Translations, 2003
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Title: Misanthropology: A Florilegium of ...

Publisher: Donlazaro Translations

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First Printing.

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"Misanthropology" is a commentary on the pervasiveness of humbuggery. The book explores techniques of the deceitmeisters as they hawk their elixirs around the planet and beyond. These venues include, but are not limited to, TV, the aisles of drugstore America, the halls of pedagogy, the Internet, and outer space. Reneau's revelations are expressed neither as rant nor as reasoned critique, but take the form of playlets ("Conversations") verse ("Songs"), and essays ("Sermons"), in a celebration of language and wit that will awaken, if latent, your declamatory instinct.

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What is God really like? What are we doing here? What is this world coming to? If you are not satisfied with the Watchtower Society take on these familiar barroom topics, then "Misanthropology" may be your dish of tea. Employing techniques of declamatory conversation and lyrical exposition, Reneau entertains and expounds. He stands on his head, he eats a bug, and he leads you to the brink of cosmogony and its consequences: the nature of man; his relationship to God and to the society of men. With visual aids in color provided by Rius, Reneau-Santiago, and Dalí Xitlali.

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