The Devil's Dictionary Calendar, Daily Boxed, Pomegranate
With wit and asperity, Ambrose Bierce (1842 - 1914?) assailed the foibles of human nature and the follies of his times - no less applicable in ours - in his Devil's Dictionary, compiled during his 30 years as a newspaper columnist. This calendar presents 313 wry, wise, and outrageous definitions (Saturdays and Sundays share a page) from Bierce's famous lexicon. Examples: Interview, n. In journalism, a confessional where vulgar impudence bends an ear to the follies of vanity and ambition. Impunity, n. Wealth. This 2006 Daily Boxed calendar was published by Pomegranate.
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