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The author of the book: David Wallechinsky
ISBN: 0688031838
ISBN 13: 9780688031831
Language: English
Edition: William Morrow & Co
Date of issue: April 1st 1977
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Lists. Dontcha love 'em? You've got an item, then another item, and then some more items! All the items are similar, but at the same time, hey, they're different. And they come in an order, which may or may not mean something. Wow.

I'm afraid I'm already running out of ideas for explaining why lists are so damn fascinating. Instead, in the spirit of this book, I thought I'd compile a list myself. So here's

A LIST OF ALL MY DIALOGUE/CONVERSATION REVIEWS

Alice talks to
the Mad Hatter and the March Hare
the King of Hearts

Rowan Atkinson (as Blackadder) talks to Hugh Laurie

Isaac Asimov talks to Isaac Asimov, Isaac Asimov, Isaac Asimov and Isaac Asimov

Mr Banks talks to The Older Mr Dawes

Michael Bay talks to Jerry Bruckheimer

Characters from The Bent Sword talk to each other

Simone de Beauvoir talks to her toyboy lover

Isabella Beeton talks to Leo Tolstoy

Biggles talks to Algie, Bertie and Ginger

James Bond talks to
M
Q's attractive assistant

Brad talks to Janet

Rupert Brooke talks to his Cambridge friends

Elizabeth Buchan talks to an angry friend

Susan Calvin talks to her boss

Candide talks to a journalist

Carrie talks to Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha

Cherubino from The Marriage of Figaro talks to a talk show host

John Cleese talks to a difficult customer

Steven R. Covey talks to his girlfriend

Several Culture Ships talk to each other

D'Artagnan and his friends talks to Edmond Dantès

Richard Dawkins talks to Pierre-Simon de Laplace and Georges Lemaître

A Richard Dawkins fan talks to a creationist

Arthur Dent talks to Trillian, Ford Prefect and Zaphod Beeblebrox

Albert Einstein talks to Robert Heinlein

Faust talks to Mephistopheles

Atticus Finch talks to an inquest into Hamlet's death

Frank Herbert talks to his publisher

George talks to his cool girlfriend about
The Amber Spyglass
The Blind Assassin
Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex
Copenhagen
Paradise Lost
No Country for Old Men

Gertrude talks to herself

Hamlet talks to Charles Swann

The History Boys talk to Mr. Irwin

I talk to
Archy
The cast of The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Alice from Go Ask Alice
My blog
This girl in a bookshop
The Emperor Claudius (in Latin)
John Cleese
This cool Chinese academic
Don Corleone
Philip K. Dick (probably)
My dinner guests
The Dykes to Watch Out For
A concerned friend
A sane, well-meaning friend
A femme fatale from Pioneer Books
A fish
The angel Gabriel
My girlfriend, Einstein, Kristen Stewart etc
The Good Reads Club
The Good Reads Club (again)
The Good Reads Club (yet again)
A girl who wants to kill her stepmother
This girl I knew
A hot older chick and an evil ex (warning: contains graphic scenes of kissing)
In That Other Dimension
Jordan, mysteriously transmuted into an attractive boy
Immanuel Kant
Linda Lovelace's unquiet spirit
Lotaria (or possibly someone else)
A loved one
Stephenie Meyer
Thursday Next
Mr. Nosnepets from the 25th century
The girl from Persona
A reality TV host
Roderick the robot
Someone who thinks they can be more pedantic than I am
My subconscious (about Wittgenstein)
My subconscious (about Die Kleine Hexe)
Myself
Catherine Townsend
Catherine Townsend again
John Updike
Isadora Wing
a Young Earth Creationist

Spencer Johnson talks to Jesus

Joseph K talks to the man behind the curtain

Garry Kasparov talks to
Black Swan
Death

Rudyard Kipling talks to a Time Traveler

Grandmaster Kotronias talks to his publisher

Krapp talks to himself

Lili talks to Max

Harry Lime talks to L'histoire de la Suisse pour les nuls

Lazarus Long talks to Goodreads

Manuela talks to her hot French flatmate

Michel from Paris au XXème siècle talks to an old scientist dude

Le petit Nicolas talks to Max et Lili

Roland Omnès talks to Divergent

A Patrick Lapeyre fan talks to his lover

The Little Prince talks to
Paul Davies
a Quiz Addict

Philip Pullman talks to Jesus

Macbeth talks to Sherlock Holmes

William Paley talks to the 21st century

Mary Poppins talks to
Isabella Beeton
Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy

Montag from Fahrenheit 451 talks to a chess analyst

Michael Moorcock talks to a friend

Evadne Mount talks to Gilbert Adair

A movie producer talks to
Woody Allen
Jean-Paul Dubois

Paul Muad'Dib talks to a guy in a bar

Friedrich Nietzche talks to Philip E. High

O'Brien from 1984 talks to Humpty Dumpty

Robert Pattinson talks to a French movie director (through an interpreter)

Pericles talks to the rest of the cast

Two Pynchon fans talk to each other

A young philosopher talks to his English teacher about
Whom God Would Destroy
Gray Matters

Jemima Puddleduck talks to a foxy gentleman

Jessica Q. Rabbit talks to the Toon Town Times

Raymond Radiguet talks to the Sassy Gay Friend

Ayn Rand talks to Eugene O'Neill

A reluctant Margaret Atwood fan talks to his wife about
The Robber Bride
Wilderness Tips

Archancellor Ridcully talks to his colleagues at Unseen University

Salviati talks to Simplicio and Sagredo

Several fans of Report on Probability A talk to each other

A Roman Games Sports Commentator talks to his audience

Winston Smith talks to a senior member of the Inner Party

Snowman talks to the Crakers

Socrates talks to Oscar Wilde

A Surrealist Boxing Commentator talks to his audience

Tabitha from The Riddler's Gift talks to J.R.R. Tolkien

Two people who liked Sperm Wars talk to each other

The Them talk to each other

A Twilight Marketeer talks to a focus group subject

Jules Verne talks to Marcel Proust

Vladimir talks to Estragon, Pozzo and Lucky

R.E. Vuer talks to this hot Swedish chick

Hermann Weyl talks to his second wife

The Walrus and the Carpenter talk to 1984

Winnie-the-Pooh talks to
Christopher Robin
Goodreads
A Hostile Reviewer
Vikki Blows

Yossarian talks to Milo Minderbinder

Zippy the Pinhead talks to Ferric Jagger, Tarzan, Doc Savage and two velociraptors


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Ebook The People's Almanac Presents the Book of Lists read Online! David Wallechinsky is an American populist historian and television commentator, the president of the International Society of Olympic Historians (ISOH) and the founder and editor-in-chief of AllGov.com.


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Compelling book!

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The idea is great, but sometimes the text suffers

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A book that really liked it!

MUHAMMAD

The book is very deep! Tip for Reading.

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It was a surprisingly interesting book. Very highly recommended.




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