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More Toasts is a delightful compilation of wit, humor, and nostalgia. Edited by Marion Dix Mosher, this book brings together a diverse range of toasts that encapsulate the spirit of various occasions, be it weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, or casual get-togethers.

The book excels in its organization, with each chapter focusing on a specific theme. From heartfelt toasts to lighthearted and humorous ones, there is something for every mood and gathering. Mosher's expert curation ensures that the toasts are not only diverse but also beautifully written, making them both relatable and memorable.

One of the book's strengths lies in the timeless nature of the toasts. Whether the reader is young or old, the sentiments expressed in these toasts remain relevant and touching. They offer a glimpse into different eras and cultures, evoking a sense of shared humanity through the ages.

Another commendable aspect of More Toasts is its inclusive nature. Mosher has thoughtfully included toasts that cater to various religious and cultural backgrounds, ensuring that readers from all walks of life can find themselves represented within these pages. The book encourages acceptance, unity, and the celebration of diversity.

In addition to being a fantastic resource for those in need of a toast for a particular occasion, More Toasts doubles as a work of art. The eloquence and imaginative nature of the toasts make them enjoyable to read aloud, captivating both the speaker and the listener. They are carefully crafted pieces of literature that can effortlessly elevate the atmosphere of any event.

If there's one small drawback to the book, it is the lack of additional content or commentary from the editor. An introduction explaining the historical context or personal anecdotes related to certain toasts could have enhanced the reading experience. However, this is a minor grievance in an otherwise excellent collection.

In conclusion, More Toasts is simply a treasure trove of inspiration, providing readers with an array of toasts to suit any occasion. Marion Dix Mosher has curated a collection that not only acknowledges the importance of celebrating life's milestones but also highlights the power of words to bring people together. No matter the event or the audience, this book is guaranteed to add warmth, laughter, and meaning to any gathering.

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Jokes, Stories and Quotations

Compiled by

MARION DIX MOSHER Librarian, Genesee Branch, Rochester (N.Y.) Public Library

New York The H. W. Wilson Company London: Grafton & Co.



TOASTER'S HANDBOOK. Peggy Edmond and Harold Workman Williams. 501p. $1.80

MORE TOASTS. Marion D. Mosher. 552p. $1.80



INTRODUCTION The Divine Gift of Humor The Function of Humor Importance of Humor




The success of the Toaster's Handbook has encouraged its publishers to compile another that will supplement it and bring it up to date. New subjects keep coming to the front, and the up to date toaster needs up to date stories to fit the up to date subjects. No public occasion of today is complete without its joke on the nineteenth amendment, the allied debts, the income tax, etc.

In offering the toasts, jokes, quotations and stories in this second volume, the editor has endeavored to bring further aid to the distracted toastmaster, to the professional after dinner speaker who must change his stories often, and to individuals inexperienced in public speaking and so unfortunate as to have public addresses forced upon them... Continue reading book >>

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