By Roger Zelazny, Robert Sheckley
On a devilish sabbatical in Europe, Azzie discovers that morality performs are all of the rage. He makes a decision to strike again by way of generating an "immorality play", within which seven nondescript human pilgrims could be allowed via magic to realize their hearts' wants. however the forces of excellent are made up our minds to shut the play earlier than it opens. New characters without notice begin roaming the degree, reminiscent of a thankful Dead-listening Cyclops, and Azzie's personal protagonists commence altering their hearts' wants at the slightest whim. this is often one theatrical construction which can do with no an angel - and there's even worse information ready within the wings...
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William: No, ma’am. Teacher: Are you sure? William: Honest, she didn’t help me. She did them all herself. Q: Do you know Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address? A: I thought he lived in the White House. 29 Teacher: Marty, why haven’t you returned your report card? Marty: Because you gave me two A’s. My parents are still showing it to all the relatives! Q: What did George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Christopher Columbus have in common? A: They were all born on holidays. 30 Johnny: Teacher, I ain’t got a pencil.
P. cm. — (Make me laugh) eISBN: 1–57505–693–3 1. Education—Juvenile humor. 2. Schools—Juvenile humor. [1. Schools— Humor. 2. Jokes. 3. Riddles. 4. ] I. Gable, Brian, 1949– ill. II. Title. III. Series.
Teacher: How many months have 28 days? Student: All of them. Johnny: Mom, my teacher said my penmanship is awful. Mom: Then why don’t you practice and make it better? Johnny: No. Then she’ll figure out I can’t spell! 31 Text copyright © 2004 by Carolrhoda Books, Inc. Illustrations copyright © 2004 by Brian Gable All rights reserved. International copyright secured. , except for the inclusion of brief quotations in an acknowledged review. A. com Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Schultz, Sam.
A Farce to Be Reckoned With by Roger Zelazny, Robert Sheckley