A celebrated scholar’s rich account of Jewish humour: its nature, its development and its vital role throughout Jewish history.
An irreverent trip through American culture by a critic who “cracks jokes as easily as one would crack walnut shells” (Washington Post).
“Finally I understand what it is I’ve been laughing at all these years.”—Jimmy Kimmel
A witty guide to managing a real life wisely in a work-centered world.
Bride and mother-of-the-bride rebel against today’s monster weddings and explain how weddings can be charming, affordable—and excruciatingly correct.