A Significant Portion of Someone’s Life Was Devoted to Writing Each of These Books


To start the fall semester on a light note . . .

The first half of this post is a list of unusual book titles collected by Russell Ash and Brian Lake for Bizarre Books (1998). It is another item that I am re-posting from Futility Closet (www.futilitycloset.com). It is re-posted with the permission of Greg Ross, who maintains the site. You can have daily updates from the site delivered to your e-mail each morning.


Jokes Cracked by Lord Aberdeen by Lord Aberdeen, 1929.

The Romance of Proctology, by Charles Elton Blanchard, 1938.

Atomic Bombing: How to Protect Yourself, by Watson Davis, 1950.

God Drives a Flying Saucer, by R.L. Dione, 1973.

The Fangs of Suet Pudding, by Adams Farr, 1944.

The Benefit of Farting Explain’d, by “Don Fart-inhando Puffindorst” (Jonathan Swift), 1727.

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