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0571357024
Book:March of the lemmings: Brexit in print & performance 2016-2019; Stewart Lee:2019 March of the lemmings: Brexit in print & performance 2016-2019; Stewart Lee
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Author: Lee, Stewart
Year: 2019
Language: English
Type: Book
Class Number: 320.94108612*
Publisher: Faber & Faber, 2019
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9780571357024
Notes:
'March of the Lemmings' is the new collection of Stewart Lee's entertaining, intelligent, absurdist columns with his annotations and commentary - painfully tied to Brexit absurdity.
Additional information: vii, 392 pages, 24 cm, pbk
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Physical or Electronic: Electronic
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Year: 2010
Language: English
Type: Book
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Type: Book
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Physical or Electronic: Physical
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Language: English
Type: Book
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Physical or Electronic: Physical
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Author: Ince, Robin, author.
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Language: English
Note: Robin Ince has a good life. As a successful comedian, presenter, and writer, he's got a job that you are probably jealous of. So, why did he find himself stuck on a train platform in rural Northumberland, swearing maniacally, punching his own leg, vowing never to do stand-up again? Was he having an existential crisis? He didn't know. But he wanted to find out. Insightful, witty, and often just plain weird, this book charts his journey to discover why he's made the choices he did in life, and what makes us who we are. Why did Robin become a comedian? Why did you become an accountant (sorry)? Why are we like we are? Informed by interviews with a bevy of comedians such as Jo Brand, Ricky Gervais and Tim Minchin, as well as with neuroscientists, psychologists and doctors, Robin looks back on his life and turns his comedic observational skills on himself - exploring the key psychological questions we all ask ourselves.
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