First published in 1982, this guide to slogans includes those from the worlds of advertising, politics and cultural history, from "I'd love a Beer" and "Black Power", to "You Too Can Have a Body" and "A Diamond is Forever".
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'’WHAT PASSES FOR CULTURE IN MY HEAD IS REALLY A BUNCH OF COMMERCIALS'
'Kurt Vonnegut Jr ''
First established in 1982, this classic guide to slogans by Nigel Rees has been fully updated and expanded for the end of the millennium.
• Includes slogans from the world of advertising, politics and cultural history, from 'I'd love a Beer'' and ''Black Power'' to ''You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine'' and ' 'A Diamond is Forever''.
• Includes the famous: ''Beanz Meanz Heinz'' – the infamous: '‘Alas, My Poor Brother'' (Bovril) – and the undeservedly forgotten: ''We Don't Like Anyone Very Much'' (US election sticker)
• The ideal reference source for trivia, crossword and quiz buffs
Nigel Rees is a leading authority on the use of well-known phrases and sayings. As a broadcaster, he is best-known as the deviser and presenter of BBC Radio's Quote…Unquote.
As an author, he has written many books devoted to quotations and aspects of the popular use of the English language, always emphasizing the humour in his subject.
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Book Description Collins, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 4720423