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" The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does his best to conceal the fact that he even dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it... "
Stephen Leacock: A Reappraisal - Página 73
editado por - 1986 - 172 páginas
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The Writings of Mark Twain, Volume 22

Mark Twain - 1899
...understand, I mean by word of mouth, not print — was created in America, and has remained at home. The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it ; but the teller of the comic story tells you beforehand that it is one of the funniest things he has...
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The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.]., Volume 22

Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner - 1900
...understand, I mean by word of mouth, not print — was created in America, and has remained at home. The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it ; but the teller of the comic story tells you beforehand that it is one of the funniest things he has...
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The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories and Essays

Mark Twain - 1900 - 398 páginas
...understand, I mean by word of mouth, not print — was created in America, and has remained at home. The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it ; but the teller of the comic story tells you beforehand that it is one of the funniest things he has...
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The man that corrupted Hadleyburg and other stories and essays

Mark Twain - 1900 - 398 páginas
...understand, I mean by word of mouth, not print — was created in America, and has remained at home. The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it ; but the teller of the comic story tells you beforehand that it is one of the funniest things he has...
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How to Tell a Story and Other Essays

Mark Twain - 1906 - 333 páginas
...understand, I mean by word of mouth, not print — was created in America, and has remained at home. The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it; but the teller of the comic story tells you beforehand that it is one of the funniest things he has...
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The $30,000 Bequest: And Other Stories

Mark Twain - 1917 - 380 páginas
...understand, I mean by word of mouth, not print — was created in America, and has remained at home. The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it; but the teller of the comic story tells you beforehand that it is one of the funniest things he has...
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Informal Oral Composition

George Pickett Wilson - 1922 - 188 páginas
...Story (which you should read in this connection) appears to give the opposite advice when he says, "The humorous story is told gravely; the teller does...best to conceal the fact that he even dimly suspects there is anything funny about it. . . . " A professional story-teller like Mark Twain, Artemus Ward,...
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Roughing it, Volumes 1-2

Mark Twain - 1981 - 590 páginas
...in his essay "How to Tell a Story," were adept with the deadpan technique of narration, in which the story "is told gravely, the teller does his best to...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it." The story itself "may be spun out to great length, and may wander around as much as it pleases, and...
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Mark Twain and the Art of the Tall Tale

Henry B. Wonham - 1993 - 224 páginas
...In that essay he maintained that "the humorous story," as conceived and performed only in America, "is told gravely; the teller does his best to conceal...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it."9 Writing to James Redpath, Twain explained that his lecture technique relied for its humorous...
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The Mark Twain Encyclopedia

J. R. LeMaster, James Darrell Wilson, Christie Graves Hamric - 1993 - 848 páginas
...humorous story . . . may wander around as much as it pleases, and arrive nowhere in particular . . . the teller does his best to conceal the fact that...dimly suspects that there is anything funny about it" ("How to Tell as Story"). The final level is the story itself, actually three stories that center on...
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