From the Foreword: This dictionary owes its existence to the inspiration provided by the rapier wit and insightful commentary of Ambrose Bierce. The author hopes, in placing this opus before the public, to afford its discriminating readers a healthy chuckle at the expense of those others at whose obvious foibles and frailties these barbs are directed.
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About the Author
Richard Binder is a noted fountain pen collector and restorer who inherited his love of the written word from his grandfather, the writer and photographer Paul L. Anderson. Richard lives in New England with his wife and three Abyssinian cats, and he uses his pens for more than signing checks.