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9780070022676 Richard Armour, one of America's most widely read writers of humor and satire, dedicates his fortieth book to "teaching, the second-oldest profession." Unlike his "Going Around in Academic Circles," which took a low view of higher education, this takes a sly view of education at all levels ... and levels all. Somewhere in the vein of Ambrose Bierce's "The Devil's Dictionary," the definitions of educational terms and deft, daft, and thoroughly wicked.