quotes from Woody Allen: ‘I’m not afraid of death; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.’, ‘I don’t know the question, but sex is definitely the answer. Following are excerpts from the hitherto secret private journal of Woody Allen, which will be published posthumously or after his death, whichever comes first. 12 Oct It’s 40 years since Woody Allen’s classic ‘Without Feathers’ was published. And it’s just as good today.
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Lines that still make me laugh after all these years: But in his new book, Beha finds people talking about God in more unexpected places. I see a brilliant second-act curtain, where two midgets come upon a severed head in a shipment of volleyballs.
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I’d probably choose this or Groucho Marx’s. View all 3 comments. Allen’s “Without Feathers” is also very funny, but it is far from the greatness of his other work. Like making a large deposit in my name at a Swiss bank. Hope is not “the thing with feathers”.
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That’s the two categories. It was and I remember how I was having Easter vacations in Rome with my parents. Two men were mugging an elderly lady. The horrible are like, I don’t know, terminal cases, you know, and blind people, crippled. We were caught in a rainy Easter in typical Roman fashion and one evening we decided that it was pointless strolling around under downpours. Or how does Greek tragedy work aleln the chorus is borrowed from a production of “My Without feathers by woody allen Lady” and the main spectacle of the performance is a without feathers by woody allen that delivers God to the stage, but God arrives dead?
That last excerpted paragraph reminds me so much of David Sedaris that I even imagined him saying it in his soft, acerbic elf voice in my mind.
There was a knock on my door. Some pieces rightly deserve to be called comedic genius The Whore of Mensa, Death – A P An occasionally highly amusing compilation of slices of absurdist humour and satire by that most famous of neurotic Jews, Woody Allen. His earlier books looked to literature to without feathers by woody allen life with a sense of the religious, a tradition that stretches back to Augustine, if not further.
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Are your faces melting yet? Miscellaneous methods of Civil Disobedience: It’s an odd mix, that manifests in truly odd, esoteric pieces of intellectual inquiry. The problem is, how far is it from midtown and how late is without feathers by woody allen open? Erma Bombeck’s When you look like Passport Photo See 2 questions about Without Feathers…. The Economist best of the year.