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The merry philosopher; or, Thoughts on jesting. Containing rules by which a proper judgment of jests may be formed; and the criterion for distinguishing true and genuine wit from that which is false and spurious: together with instructions for improving the taste of those, who have a natural turn for pleasantry and good humour. Preview this item
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The merry philosopher; or, Thoughts on jesting. Containing rules by which a proper judgment of jests may be formed; and the criterion for distinguishing true and genuine wit from that which is false and spurious: together with instructions for improving the taste of those, who have a natural turn for pleasantry and good humour.

Author: Georg Friedrich Meier
Publisher: London, J. Newbery and W. Nicoll, 1765.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georg Friedrich Meier
OCLC Number: 7534331
Notes: Running title: Thoughts on jesting.
This translation originally published 1764.
Description: 213 pages 16 cm
Other Titles: Thoughts on jesting
Responsibility: Now first translated into English from the German original.

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