|Cruel Shoes (1977) [Collection]|
by Steve Martin
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Steve Martin, the brilliantly witty young comedian whose apperances on Saturday Night Live and hit records have gained him millions of followers, leaps into the forefront of literary satirists with a wild, zany book destined to become a classic of American humor.
With Cruel Shoes, Steve Martin proves that his humor more than translates to the written page: it excels there. Since he has always written his own material, books are a natural medium for Steve's comic genius. And his extravagant wit shines brightly indeed in this rollicking collection of short fabulous pieces. Such future classics as "Women Without Bones," "The Day the Dopes Came Over," "How to Fold Soup," "What to Say When the Ducks Show Up," and the hilarious title piece, "Cruel Shoes," are sure to delight Steve's millions of fans...and make converts of everyone else.
Original title: Cruel Shoes
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor→ Parody
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