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ISBN-10:  0689876475 (hbk.)
ISBN-13:  9780689876479 (hbk.)
Editor:  Hank Gallo
Author:  Lewis Black
Genre:  Wit and Humor
Publisher:  Simon Spotlight Entertainment
Date Published:  March 22, 2005
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review by . March 06, 2009
Lewis Black takes on a lot of issues from the current political scene, to a troubled kid growing up. This book is really an autobiography that takes different parts of Black's life and summarizes each part into a specific theme, with Black's keen insight and a lot of humor thrown in.     Black seemed to be someone from highly intelligent parents (his father built ocean mines and his mother was a math teacher) who probably got involved with the wrong crowd and got caught in the …
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