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THE END. Bazzett, Michael Poem Jul 1, 2018 281
A DARK, SATIRIC AGE. Jan 1, 2018 663
'Hey, That's No Dame!' Comedy and Performance in Some Like It Hot. Ross, Eloise Jun 1, 2017 2697
"Love beyond logic": On cannons, castles, and healing tomfoolery in Dickens's great expectations and Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov. Anvil, Carta A. Mar 22, 2017 7525
La tragicomedia de los hombres y las mujeres corrientes: usos ambiguos y distractores de la risa en The Castle of Otranto y sus prefacios. Suner, Ahmet Critical essay Dec 1, 2016 7677
Changing the world with comedy. Carleton, Sean Interview Jan 1, 2016 985
Offense taken: campus funnies. Soave, Robby Brief article Sep 20, 2015 264
Dialogic comedy in pirate rhetoric. High, Michael Report Mar 1, 2015 6708
Boot and shtick. Bishop, Tom Jan 1, 2015 5939
Keeping the faith in Myanmar. Dorsey, James Michael Jan 1, 2015 1462
Orwellian comedy. Ligda, Kenneth Critical essay Dec 22, 2014 9929
Soiree is the funniest word: for cancer survivor and fundraiser Noreen Fraser, comedy truly is the best medicine. Saval, Malina Interview Dec 9, 2014 575
Using digitally distributed vulgar comedy to reach young men with information about healthy sexual development. McKee, Alan; Walsh, Anthony; Watson, Anne-Frances Essay Nov 1, 2014 4652
Des occupations masculines dans la comedie roumaine boulevardiere d'influence francaise. Boboc, Alina Report Jul 1, 2014 1922
'Your show of shows' co-star remembers a TV comedy genius. Reiner, Carl Brief article Feb 18, 2014 219
God's comedic twists: Through the incongruous and unpredictable, both theology and comedy get to deeper truth. Lenhart, Erik Dec 20, 2013 1306
Hawthorne's serio-comic muse in "My Kinsman, Major Molineux". Piacentino, Ed Critical essay Sep 22, 2013 10003
The Finkler Question: muy divertido es muy serio. Diaz Bild, Aida Critical essay Jun 1, 2013 8291
Comedic comeback: new topper puts spotlight on global laugh links. Vivarelli, Nick Jun 18, 2012 402
Confrontation and escape: Allen's meditations on tragedy and comedy before Match Point. Bailey, Peter J. Essay Jan 1, 2012 7930
Aspects psychologiques de la comedie roumaine d'inspiration francaise pendant le XIXe siecle. Boboc, Alina Critical essay Jun 1, 2011 1791
The comedy of enchantment in The Lord of the Rings. Garbowski, Christopher Critical essay Jan 1, 2011 5632
The grin reaper. Zany, Bob Jun 22, 2010 919
Funniest joke from a show you missed. Brief article Jan 1, 2010 270
'Seattle P-I' Print Shutdown Prompts Comedy Show. Strupp, Joe Brief article Mar 26, 2009 225
Old-school Tokyo pursues comedy revival: while new foreign laffers struggle to translate for Japanese auds, side gathering plays off Asakusa's showy history. Bull, Brett Oct 13, 2008 687
Turner fills fest void with Canuck yuks. Frankel, Daniel Brief article Jul 14, 2008 279
Ha ha moments. Brief article Jul 14, 2008 202
Send in the clowns: standup stands out as economy falters. Littleton, Cynthia Jun 30, 2008 843
Argentina has reason to laff. Newbery, Charles Brief article May 12, 2008 363
Comic relief. Comedy review Apr 1, 2008 81
'Doonesbury' Break Puts Cartoonist Vacations in the News Again. Astor, Dave Comedy review Mar 6, 2008 897
Can comedy spring toward a comeback? Lowry, Brian Feb 25, 2008 2382
Bethesda, MD.: the care and feeding of book clubs. Hong, Terry Comedy review Feb 1, 2008 320
Laughs in the balance: with Aspen's yukfest in limbo, Canada's big event isn't going to change its act. LaPorte, Nicole Jul 16, 2007 907
Buzz and breakthroughs. Frankel, Daniel Chronology Jul 16, 2007 469
The voice of comedy in Conrad's Typhoon and Primo Levi's The Monkey's Wrench. Baldwin, Debra Romanick Mar 22, 2007 4795
Is comedy's comeback a switch to niche? Lowry, Brian Feb 19, 2007 906
Comedy tonight! Waite, J.T. Nov 1, 2006 612
Ready, fire, aim: using the tools of improv comedy in every day life. Goodman, Katie Aug 1, 2005 954
Can you train to be funny? If comedians are born, not made, why are comedy-training programs thriving like never before? Veltman, Chloe Jul 1, 2005 2778
Improv engineering: a comedy producer imparts some idea-generating tips he's learned on the job. Thilmany, Jean Mar 1, 2005 1898
In Aspen, to air is human ... LaPorte, Nicole Feb 14, 2005 241
Time to say bye to the old gang. Lowry, Brian Feb 14, 2005 760
Whoopi. Rooney, David Comedy Review Nov 22, 2004 921
Anagogical vision and comedic form in Flannery O'Connor: the reasonable use of the unreasonable. Askin, Denise T. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 6751
Safe 'Sex' is a lesson in evolution. Lowry, Brian Jun 14, 2004 964
A curtain call for TV's class acts. Guider, Elizabeth May 17, 2004 756
Faulkner, Balzac, and the word. Horton, Merrill Critical essay Mar 22, 2004 8112
The unpardonable Lenny Bruce. Solomon, Norman Mar 1, 2004 744
'Fiddler's' somber tune. Isherwood, Charles Comedy Review Mar 1, 2004 1644
Canada: sharing a border, but not a worldview: longtime allies, the U.S. and its northern neighbor increasingly see things differently. Krauss, Clifford Feb 2, 2004 2118
7-11, 9/11, and postpolitics. Diken, Bulent; Laustsen, Carsten Bagge Jan 1, 2004 10291
The gears of a clown. Gehring, Wes D. Nov 1, 2003 945
Lesson 1: stop trying to be funny: Franklyn Ajaye, a comedian who has kept us laughing since the movie Car Wash, returns from Down Under with a smart, how-to manual on his craft. Johnson, Pamela K. Nov 1, 2003 1087
The politics of making people laugh: comedienne Shazia Mirza talks about race, Muslim jokes, and the painful truths of being funny. Herron, Aundre M. Sep 22, 2003 2188
Comics mine Mideast strife. Jaafar, Ali Aug 25, 2003 280
In Montreal, Comedy Is Serious Business - The Just For Laughs Festival. HENKIN, STEPHEN Nov 1, 2002 2735
Olav Westphalen. (Openings). Anton, Saul Comedy Review Sep 1, 2002 1345
Comedy Brigade storms Gotham: Upright Citizens forge improv-based brand. (Life). Lyons, Charles Brief Article Aug 19, 2002 829
Phillips uses old-school philosophy. (Comedy: industry gathers at Montreal fest on the lookout for talent with sitcom potential). Levine, Stuart Brief Article Jul 15, 2002 277
Funniest fest moments. (Comedy: industry gathers at Montreal fest on the lookout for talent with sitcom potential). Johnson, Dean Brief Article Jul 15, 2002 262
"Heeeere's Johnny!" Forty years ago, Johnny Carson moved into America's living rooms and bedrooms as the host of NBC's "The Tonight Show." (Entertainment). Gehring, Wes D. Biography Jul 1, 2002 2891
Comedies poised for comeback. (Spain). Hopewell, John; De Pablos, Emiliano Brief Article Jun 24, 2002 559
Who says stand-up comedy isn't theatre?: Lots of people--and that's got one Aspiring Comedian pounding out the critical theory. Peretti, Chelsea Critical Essay Apr 1, 2002 1558
Writing and revenge: John Marston's Histriomastix. Bednarz, James P. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2002 11520
The Arlecchino and three English tinkers. Da Vinci Nichols, Nina Critical Essay Mar 22, 2002 14609
Rubin and Mercator: grotesque comedy in the German Easter Play. Walsh, Martin W. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2002 5814
Marked Angels: Counterfeits, commodities, and The Roaring Girl (*). Forman, Valerie Critical Essay Dec 22, 2001 13131
Something funny's going on at Langara. (Careers & Training). Petten, Cheryl Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 843
Ellen again. Wieder, Judy Cover Story Sep 25, 2001 6103
Fest reels in filmmakers by merging pic showcase. KELLY, BRENDAN Brief Article Jul 16, 2001 433
BEST INTENTIONS. KELLY, BRENDAN Brief Article Jul 16, 2001 998
Laffer events vie for industry attention. KOWALSKI, EILEEN Brief Article Jul 16, 2001 746
B'way tuner has the Reich stuff. HOFLER, ROBERT Apr 16, 2001 1214
JIM CARREY. Laine, Tarja Critical Essay Mar 22, 2001 4733
Emblems of folly in the first Othello: renaissance blackface, moor's coat, and "muckender". Hornback, Robert Mar 22, 2001 11821
Road Rules. RABER, ERIN; SCOTT, DANNA Feb 1, 2001 3996
The crux in A Cure for A Cuckold: A cryptic message, a doubtful intention, and two dearest friends. Carnegie, David; Jackson, Macd. P. Jan 1, 2001 3521
Jane Austen and the pleasure-principle. (Conference Papers). Stovel, Bruce Jan 1, 2001 6278
Montreal a springboard for TV stardom. KELLY, BRENDAN Jul 17, 2000 1093
Rire de la solitude et solitude du rire chez quelques ecrivains romantiques. ZARAGOZA, GEORGES Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 7566
Hunting for comedy writers no joke at CAA. Adalian, Josef Brief Article Jan 10, 2000 407
CANUCK FEST DRAWS 1 MIL JUST FOR LAUGHS. KELLY, BRENDAN Brief Article Aug 2, 1999 642
Rites of passage. Renner, Pamela Jan 1, 1999 954
Eudora Welty: the necessary optimist. Tolson, Jay Jan 1, 1999 6554
Carnivalesque comedy in 'Between the Acts.'. Ames, Christopher Dec 22, 1998 6685
Jerry Seinfeld: I'm Telling You for the Lat Time - Live on Broadway. Isherwood, Charles Comedy Review Aug 17, 1998 542
Dumbiedikes, Ratcliffe, and a surprising Jeanie Deans: comic alternatives in 'The Heart of Mid-lothian.' Hannaford, Richard Mar 22, 1998 8821
Sex in the Suburbs: Nestroy's comedy of forbidden fruit. Yates, W.E. Apr 1, 1997 7802
It's a Slippery Slope. Stone, Laurie Comedy Review Dec 23, 1996 1093
In comic improv, the play's the fling. Gener, Randy Nov 1, 1996 1196
Home again, home again. Magruder, James Jan 1, 1996 897
Poetry, politics, and the comic spirit. McWilliams, Wilson Carey Jun 1, 1995 2913
'Wise Children': Angela Carter's swan song. Boehm, Beth A. Sep 22, 1994 2953
The necessary nanny. Coen, Stephanie Sep 1, 1994 742
Conspiracies of meaning: music-hall and the knowingness of popular culture. Bailey, Peter Aug 1, 1994 13365
New comedy in King Lear. Miola, Robert S. Report Jun 22, 1994 6736
Shylock and the struggle for closure. Picker, John Mar 22, 1994 7849
Comedy among the modernists: P.G. Wodehouse and the anachronism of comic form. Mooneyham, Laura Mar 22, 1994 10595
David Sedaris: welcome to the talent family. Broder, Michael Jul 1, 1993 1357
Help yourself. Feb 1, 1993 622
He says columnists need not fear humor. Astor, David Jul 6, 1991 890
The Alchemist. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2887
All's Well That Ends Well. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2828
As You Like It. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3126
The Comedy of Errors. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2717
Emma. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3453
The Importance of Being Earnest. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3190
The Merchant of Venice. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3074
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3011
The Misanthrope. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2632
Much Ado About Nothing. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2844
The Pickwick Papers. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 4733
Pride and Prejudice. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3983
She Stoops to Conquer. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2821
The Taming of the Shrew. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2796
Tartuffe. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2300
Tom Jones. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3861
Tristram Shandy. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 3674
Twelfth Night. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2990
The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Reference Source Jan 1, 1989 2715
Comedy. Reference Source Jan 1, 1987 646

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