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|I said he would be happy the rest of his days, and he will, for he will always think |
he is the Emperor, and his pride in it and his joy in it will endure to the end. He is
now, and ... Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand. You are always ...
|Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand. 5 With Don Quixote firmly in |
mind, Twain fashioned himself as a sort of late nineteenth-century Cervantes,
poised to deploy laughter against the shams, delusions, and colossal humbugs
|“Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand.” —Mark Twain their worries, |
anxieties, angers, and frustrations. Some of the stories are real gems. Such as? I
can recall at least two persons who benefited from the positivity of laughter and ...
|Twain's hoaxes gave readers a chance, through the social mechanics of laughter|
, to stand apart from their old ... 122 Twain's hoaxes can be viewed as another
rhetorical means to this end. ... Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand.
|He gives a clue, however, that is interesting; for the Angel, speaking of humanity's |
poverty, adds: "It has one really effective weapon — laughter. Against the assault
of laughter nothing can stand. You are always fussing and fighting with your ...
|The fate of a given individual, he teaches the boys, is determined by the first act |
of his life; nothing can alter the course of a life once it is set in motion, like a row
of bricks tumbling down as ... Against the assault of Laughter nothing can stand.
|Anonymous “I like the laughter that opens the lips and the heart, that shows at the |
same time pearls and the soul.” — Victor Hugo ... Ethel Barrymore “A man isn't
poor if he can still laugh. ... “Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand.
|(Thomas Carlyle) *Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can wear |
in society. (William Makepeace Thackeray) *if you can find humor in anything,
you can survive it. (Bill Cosby) *Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand
|28 Sure, the news media has its careless moments, and its reductive narratives, |
but one joke can do more damage than all ... Mark Twain, in one of his more
optimistic moods, proclaimed that “against the assault of laughter, nothing can
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