Love All the People: Letters, Lyrics, Routines

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Love All The People: Letters, Lyrics, Routines
Author Bill Hicks, John Lahr
Language English
Genre Comedy, Biographical
Publisher Constable & Robinson
Publication date
2004
Media type Print
Pages

308 (1st edition)

325 (2nd edition)

Love All The People: Letters, Lyrics, Routines was a posthumously released collection of routines, letters and lyrics by American comedian Bill Hicks. It was published in February 2004 in the UK (ISBN 1-84119-878-1), and November 2004 in the US (ISBN 1-932360-65-4). In May 2005 a second expanded edition was published. The book is a chronological selection of his works from throughout his career, presenting the gradual evolution of his attitudes and style, with a foreword from John Lahr. The book is split into four sections. The first section covers the years 1980-1991, the second section covers 1992, the third covers early to mid-1993, and the fourth covers late 1993-1994.[1]

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  1. ^ Bill Hicks: Love all the people (Constable, 2004)