Wit and humor in literature. : Das Komische im Werk Friedrich Dürrenmatts : Versuch einer Erklärung des Komischen, seiner verschiedenen Formen und Funktionen im Werk Friedrich Dürrenmatts / Hannes Gertner.
Wit and humor in medicine -- Early works to 1800. : Various ironic and serious discourses on the subject of physick. [electronic resource] : Viz I. Observations on Mrs. Stephens's medicine for the stone, with that of her Receipt as publish'd. II. Of the Origin, Nature, and Dignity of the Degrees of Doctors, particularly in Physick, first instituted by the Roman Pontiff. III. Physick's a Jest, a Whim, an Humour, a Fashion, e'en as much as Dress, or Dancing. IV. One Physician is good as another, Surgeons not less knowing, Apothecaries best of all. V. Sagacity the principal Knowledge in Physick. VI. A gothic oration in praise of that commonly call'd bad Practice in Physick.
Wit and humor Juvenile literature -- See Wit and humor, Juvenile --subdivision Juvenile humor under names of countries, cities, etc., under names of individual persons and corporate bodies, and under classes of persons, ethnic groups, and topical headings
Wit and humor -- Miscellanea -- Early works to 1800. : The merry Andrew [electronic resource] : being the smartest collection ever yet published, of elegant repartees, Brilliant Jests, Ridiculous Bulls, Comical Tales, Facetious Epigrams, Humorous Epitaphs, Droll Jokes, Profound Riddles. and second hand conundrums. This Book is the Quintessence of Wit, the Source of Fun, the Original of Laughter, and the Perfection of true Humour. By Ferdinando Funny, Esq; M. M. And Professor of Drollery in the University of Humbug.
Wit and humor, Primitive -- See Wit and humor --subdivision Humor under names of countries, cities, etc., under names of individual persons, corporate bodies and sacred works, and under topical subjects; and headings for wit and humor qualified by language, nationality, or ethnic group, e.g. English wit and humor; American wit and humor; African American wit and humor