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These rib-ticklers include Mark Twain's "The Story of the Old Ram" and "The Story of a Speech"; E. P. Butler's "Pigs Is Pigs"; W. A. Butler's "Nothing to Wear"; Charles Dudley Warner's "How I Killed a Bear"; Eugene Field's "Oon Criteek de Bernhardt", William Livingstone Alden's "Carrie's Comedy", and Edith Wharton's "The Pelican".
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  • Deborah
  • Homer, Alaska, United States
  • 07-24-12

Great Witty Humor!

Would you listen to A Sampler of American Humor again? Why?

Yes, they were not just humorous---but CLEAN stories.

What was one of the most memorable moments of A Sampler of American Humor?

Mark Twain's story about the visitors to the old man's cabin--great story

What about Flo Gibson’s performance did you like?

Her characters were easy to distinguish and follow.

If you could take any character from A Sampler of American Humor out to dinner, who would it be and why?

I don't know about a Character---but I would love to have had dinner with Mark Twain---he was intellegent and his stories were interesting.