Love All the People: The Essential Bill Hicks

Love All the People: The Essential Bill Hicks

Bill Hicks


Love all of the People, a set of debatable comic invoice Hicks’ stand-up workouts, notebooks, journals, and letters, strains his evolution from wonderful traditional stand-up to whatever way more fascinating and unsafe: a comic book conversing with no worry. the result's an intensive thinker masquerading as a comic, plumbing the yank psyche with hard (and side-splitting) conclusions. Hicks, who died of melanoma in 1993, didn’t pass the straightforward manner together with his humor. He attacked the lies that justified the carnage of the Gulf conflict, the preposterous strength of the mainstream media to confuse and corrupt, and the demeaning cynicism of the selling tradition. In Love the entire People, that renegade comedian artistry that made invoice Hicks an iconoclastic social commentator is recorded, celebrated, and printed as real genius during this improved version that incorporates extra exercises and different writings.

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