By Karyna Statko I read until page 169. There is a lot of different situations in this novel that send us humor. Most of the time Lionel’s tics add a little bit of humor in every situation where he is. … Continue reading Humor in Motherless Brooklyn
Yes, I’ve only read until page 145. Well how can I explain this? Honestly, I’m a very busy man. Ok I admit it, I do not work in a job but my school program over-workloads me. That sucks for me … Continue reading Lethem use’s of Humor
Hello Freak show , you’re welcome to discover and express your ridiculousness ! I will invite you to analyze and have a look at your own comicality .What do you think about mysterious clients or They-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named”?Does it sounds familiar to … Continue reading Beat around the bush
In today’s blog post I will be writing about humour as usual, but by dissecting the novel, Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem. I know it is pretty hard for a book to be funny because it can’t talk but hey … Continue reading ha!ha!ha!
When it comes to comedy, I rather look the other way. You’ll never hear me suggest to watch a funny movie or laugh at an obvious joke. What’s truly humorous to me is subtlety, which is why this novel by … Continue reading Mr. Nice Guy
I’ve only read up until page 113, which isn’t much, but there are still many things in this story that can be considered as humour up until that page. During the story, we have a very serious scene in which … Continue reading Comedy Exercise
Hello bloggers and comedy nerds, (It’s been a very tiring morning, so let’s just get this over with) In these last few pages that I’ve read from Motherless Brooklyn, there are a couple of moments that I found funny and … Continue reading Man-Salad-Dress