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The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship
The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship
Author: Stephen Potter
"It isn't often, I suppose, that one can be quite certain that a book written by a contemporary is a classic. Perhaps, too, it is only possible to be certain about a minor work, written with clear but limited aims: a work on a small scale which hits a small-scale bull's eye. Everyone who has read them would agree, I suppose, that two such clas...  more »
ISBN: 63846
Pages: 128
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Publisher: Rupert Hart-Davis
Book Type: Hardcover
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"Probably the wittiest, funniest, most delightful contribution to the narrow shelf of satire that has come out in a decade. It is an essay on behavior, both physical and psychological, in bridge, billiards, golf, tennis, and other sports and we don't think you can find a better one. It's the kind of book you give to your best friends."--Esquire


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