Three Hundred Quite Good Jokes. Volume One.
Three hundred jokes in English - neither more nor less. They are not grouped according to themes but appear in random order. Each one has a title and a number. They vary in length - from very short (a couple of lines) to fairly long (thirty lines plus), They are inoffensive, but in the main they are not children’s jokes. Some of them are funny. More
This is a compilation of one hundred (inoffensive) jokes, some short, some long.
Each joke is given a title and is numbered.
After the main body of jokes there is a section which explains each one for readers who might not have fully understood.
This should be useful for readers who are not native speakers of English - or even readers from other parts of the English-speaking world where the humour of one part may be somewhat incomprehesnible to the other.
There is also a list of the jokes by title, and by number, and an index of key words which appear in all the jokes. Some of these sections may be more or less useful according to the format in which the book is viewed.