There you are, writing a letter or a speech, or even just arguing with your friends, when you think: there must be a succint way of putting this. Surely a single one-liner could do a better job than my own ill-chosen and long-winded words? Thankfully, we have the epigram - that handy, witty saying that closes arguments, sets people thinking and generally makes everyone else think you're much cleverer than you really are. "The Penguin Dictionary of Epigrams" is arranged thematically, covering everything from birth and death, knowledge and ignorance to marriage and divorce and madness and sanity.
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Mark Cohen is a publishing consultant and editor. He is a very experienced quotations collector, having edited 'The Penguin Thematic Dictionary of Quotations' and 'The Penguin Dictionary of Twentieth Century Quotations', which he wrote with his father. He lives in Muswell Hill, north London.Review:
"An encyclopedia of concise and sardonic wisdom." -- The Economist
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Book Description Penguin Books, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110140513957
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