Without Feathers

By Woody Allen



‘Today I saw a red-and-yellow sunset and thought, How insignificant I am! Of course, I thought that yesterday, too, and it rained …
Woody Allen’s humour defies categorisation.

Forever at war with just about everything (himself, women, dentists, the universe…), he plays the role of the all-time loser with riotous aplomb.

This book is Woody Allen’s guide to coping with what life has to offer – from finding excuses for psychic phenomena to the mysteries of Mensa, from God (or lack of God) to a brief, yet helpful, guide to civil disobedience. This is Woody Allen at his hilarious best – a genius in the tradition of Groucho Marx and James Thurber. A man whose simple artistic ambition is ‘to forge in the smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of my race.

And then to see if I can get them mass-produced in plastic.

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