1. Announcing "On Second Thought": A New Feature
  2. Lawrence Howe
  3. pp. 135-136
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  1. Comic Assaults and Somersaults: An Introduction
  2. Judith Yaross Lee
  3. pp. 137-143
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  1. WTF Is Laughter to Mark Twain?
  2. Jennifer A. Hughes
  3. pp. 144-151
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  1. When the Candle Goes Out: The Complexity of Simple Jokes and the Limits of Satire
  2. Jeffrey Melton
  3. pp. 152-159
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  1. "Scribbling to excite the laughter of God's creatures": Some Thoughts on "Mere" Humor, Entertainment, and Pleasure
  2. Tracy Wuster
  3. pp. 160-170
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  1. Mark Twain's "Assault of Laughter" and the Limits of Political Humor
  2. Holger Kersten
  3. pp. 171-182
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  1. Is Satire Compatible with Free Speech?
  2. Gregg Camfield
  3. pp. 183-191
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  1. The Pernicious Use of "Humorist" to Describe Mark Twain (and Other Comic Writers)
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 192-204
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  1. Comic Outbreaks and Scholastic Discontents
  2. Bruce Michelson
  3. pp. 205-215
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  1. The Year's Work in American Humor Studies, 2016
  2. Gretchen Martin
  3. pp. 216-283
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  1. Four of the Three Musketeers: The Marx Brothers on Stage by Robert S. Bader (review)
  2. Jerry C. Jaffe
  3. pp. 284-287
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  1. Lacan, Psychoanalysis, and Comedy ed. by Patricia Gherovici and Manya Steinkoler (review)
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 287-292
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  1. Lalo Alcaraz: Political Cartooning in the Latino Community by Héctor D. Fernández L'Hoeste (review)
  2. Jennifer Alvarez Dickinson
  3. pp. 292-296
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  1. A Philosophy of Comedy on Stage and Screen: You Have to Be There by Shaun May (review)
  2. Jim Lyttle
  3. pp. 296-299
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  1. Rhetoric, Humor, and the Public Sphere: From Socrates to Stephen Colbert by Elizabeth Benacka (review)
  2. Matthew R. Meier
  3. pp. 299-302
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  1. Standing Up, Speaking Out: Stand-up Comedy and the Rhetoric of Social Change ed. by Matthew R. Meier and Casey R. Schmitt (review)
  2. Jared Champion
  3. pp. 307-310
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  1. The Tar Baby: A Global History by Bryan Wagner (review)
  2. Christine Dualé
  3. pp. 315-318
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  1. She Could Be Chaplin! The Comedic Brilliance of Alice Howell by Anthony Slide (review)
  2. Kristine Brunovska Karnick
  3. pp. 322-326
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  1. Sweet and Lowdown: Woody Allen's Cinema of Regret by Lloyd Michaels (review)
  2. Nayra B. Delgado López
  3. pp. 327-329
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  1. Comedy Begins with Our Simplest Gestures: Levinas, Ethics, and Humor ed. by Brian Bergen-Aurand (review)
  2. Zsófia Anna Tóth
  3. pp. 330-334
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  1. A Charlie Brown Religion: Exploring the Life and Spiritual Work of Charles M. Schulz by Stephen Lind (review)
  2. Larry Bush
  3. pp. 334-337
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