|aThe comic imagination in literature :|bWashington Irving to Woody Allen.
|aWhite Plains, N.Y. :|bCenter for Humanities,|cc1977.
|a1 videocassette (43 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c1/2 in. +|e1 pamphlet.
|aCenter for humanities ;|vno. 298
|aWith teacher's guide, including script and sources.
|aExplores the history of comedy and traditional comic situations. Discusses the role of the comic imagination in daily life and how it helps provide insights into human and societal foibles. Illustrates satire, parody, and black humor in American literature.