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by Alexander McClure

Author: Alexander McClure
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: El Paso Norte Press (January 16, 2006)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.1
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Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories book.

Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories book.

Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories by Alexander McClure, January 16. .Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Are you sure you want to remove Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories from your list? Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Are you sure you want to remove Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories from your list? Abraham Lincoln's Humorous Stories. by Alexander McClure. Published January 16, 2006 by El Paso Norte Press.

This item:Lincoln's Yarns and Stories by Alexander K. McClure . Lincoln's Yarns and Stories is not a bad book. It is not as good as it could have been.

It is not a simply a collection of humorous tales proving that Abraham Lincoln was a great story-teller. It is a primary source book - the best kind of reference tool. It reveals the man and the president.

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Title: Lincoln's Yarns and Stories. Author: Alexander K. Lincoln’s name arouses an audience. While nearly all of Lincoln’s stories have a humorous side, they also contain a moral, which every good story should have. Release Date: February, 2001 Last Updated: November 15, 2016. Abe lincoln’s yarns and stories. Lincoln asked to be shot. Time lost didn’t count. They contain lessons that could be taught so well in no other way. Every one of them is a sermon.

Most Lincoln joke books tell us his stories without the story behind the story, but this book tells us the incident that . I also recommend The Humorous Mr. Lincoln and my own humble volume How Abraham Lincoln Used Stories to Touch Hearts, Minds, and Funny Bones.

Most Lincoln joke books tell us his stories without the story behind the story, but this book tells us the incident that lead up to Lincoln telling a particular story. Lincoln said, "I am not simply a story-teller; it is not the story itself, but its purpose that interests m. In my thinking, Lincoln's most powerful personal quality, in his quest to overcome his modest beginnings and in his rise to political fame, was his humble ability to tell stories. He used stories as a tool to quickly and dramatically connect with people.

Nothing that can be written about Lincoln can show his character in such a true light as the yarns and stories he was so fond of telling, and at which he would laugh as heartily as anyone. For a man whose life was so full of great responsibilities, Lincoln had many hours of laughter when the humorous, fun-loving side of his great nature asserted itself. While nearly all of Lincoln's stories have a humorous side, they also contain a moral, which every good story should have.

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Young Lincoln and his Books Their Influence.

Abraham Lincoln's Stories and Speeches: Including "Early Life Stories;" "Professional Life Stories;" "White House Incidents;" "War Reminiscences," Et. Etc. Also His Speeches, Chronologically Arranged, from Pappsville, Il. 1832, to His Last Speech in Washington, April 11, 1865. Young Lincoln and his Books Their Influence. 22. Early Home of the Lincolns in Illinois. 31. A Pig Story Lincolns Kindness to the Brute Crea. 32. Lincoln Splits Several Hundred Rails for a Pair. 35. A Remarkable Story Honest Abe as Postmaster.

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Nothing that can be written about Lincoln can show his character in such a true light as the yarns and stories he was so fond of telling, and at which he would laugh as heartily as anyone. For a man whose life was so full of great responsibilities, Lincoln had many hours of laughter when the humorous, fun-loving side of his great nature asserted itself.

While nearly all of Lincoln's stories have a humorous side, they also contain a moral, which every good story should have. They contain lessons that could be taught so well in no other way. Every one of them is a sermon. Lincoln, like the Man of Galilee, spoke to the people in parables.

The parables, yarns, stories, anecdotes and sayings of the "Immortal Abe" deserve a place beside Aesop's Fables, Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress and all other books that have added to the happiness and wisdom of mankind. Lincoln's stories are like Lincoln himself. The more we know of them the better we like them.