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Shakespeare's Insults for the Office

by Wayne F. Hill

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A rather natty gift book for those who love the bard's wit and flare. This pocket sized book suggests a Shakespearean quote for all of those crazy office characters and bizarre office events. A light and fun read. ( )
  SarahEBear | Jul 10, 2017 |
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Office politics--the uses of verbal infective to survive in business--is yet another field in which Shakespeare was master. Quill pens and disk drives may come and go, but bosses, underlings, clients and competitors are universal throughout the ages. Here's a sampling of barbs from the bard that each of us can use to convey the warmth of our feelings for others. 20 line illustrations.

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