1. The Editor's Drawers
  2. Lawrence Howe
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. A First Second Thought: Bring on the Irony
  2. Ben Click
  3. pp. 3-5
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  1. An Introduction to the Special Issue
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 6-12
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  1. An Ethics of Complicit Criticism for Postmodern Satire
  2. Jonathan P. Rossing
  3. pp. 13-30
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  1. "Deplorable" Satire: Alt-Right Memes, White Genocide Tweets, and Redpilling Normies
  2. Viveca S. Greene
  3. pp. 31-69
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  1. Judgments, Corrections, and Audiences: Amy Schumer's Strategies for Narrowcast Satire
  2. William Howell
  3. pp. 70-92
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  1. Hannah Gadsby: On the Limits of Satire
  2. Rebecca Krefting
  3. pp. 93-102
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  1. Of Satire and Gordian Knots
  2. Christopher J. Gilbert
  3. pp. 124-156
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  1. The Year's Work in American Humor Studies, 2017
  2. Bruce Michelson
  3. pp. 157-242
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  1. Satirizing Modernism: Aesthetic Autonomy, Romanticism, and the Avant-Garde by Emmett Stinson (review)
  2. Brian O'Sullivan, Sabrina Fuchs Abrams
  3. pp. 243-246
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  1. Isn't That Clever: A Philosophical Account of Humor and Comedy by Steven Gimbel (review)
  2. Michael Dalebout
  3. pp. 247-250
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  1. Mark Twain and Money: Language, Capital, and Culture ed. by Henry B. Wonham and Lawrence Howe (review)
  2. Michael Epp
  3. pp. 250-252
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  1. Last Man Standing: Mort Sahl and the Birth of American Comedy by James Curtis (review)
  2. David Gillota
  3. pp. 253-255
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  1. Drawn to the Gods: Religion and Humor in "The Simpsons," "South Park," and "Family Guy" by David Feltmate (review)
  2. Silas Kaine Ezell
  3. pp. 256-259
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  1. Humor in Modern American Poetry ed. by Rachel Trousdale (review)
  2. Calista McRae
  3. pp. 259-262
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  1. The Chaplin Machine: Slapstick, Fordism, and the Communist Avant-Garde by Owen Hatherley (review)
  2. Burke Hilsabeck
  3. pp. 262-265
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  1. Only a Joke Can Save Us: A Theory of Comedy by Todd McGowan (review)
  2. Rachel Trousdale
  3. pp. 265-267
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  1. Funnybooks: The Improbable Glories of the Best American Comic Books by Michael Barrier (review)
  2. Kerry Soper
  3. pp. 267-270
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  1. Humor as Politics: The Political Aesthetics of Contemporary Comedy by Nicholas Holm (review)
  2. Matthew R. Meier
  3. pp. 270-273
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  1. Irvin S. Cobb: The Rise and Fall of an American Humorist by William E. Ellis (review)
  2. Daniel J. Burge
  3. pp. 273-275
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  1. Conversations with Maurice Sendak ed. by Peter C. Kunze (review)
  2. A. Waller Hastings
  3. pp. 275-277
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  1. If You Don't Laugh You'll Cry: The Occupational Humor of White Wisconsin Prison Workers by Claire Schmidt (review)
  2. Winifred Morgan
  3. pp. 277-280
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