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The Black Book By Uli Stein In E: A Review
If you are looking for a book that will make you laugh out loud at the most sinister and absurd situations, you might want to check out The Black Book By Uli Stein In E. This book is a collection of dark humor cartoons by Uli Stein, a popular German humorist who has been drawing comics since 1974. The book covers the entire range of Uli Steins black humor, from death, disease, deformity, handicap and warfare to everyday life, relationships, politics and animals.
The Black Book By Uli Stein In E
Uli Steins cartoons are not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. They often depict tragic or gruesome scenarios with a twist of irony or sarcasm. For example, one cartoon shows a husband who hanged himself with a green tie and is found by his wife and her friend. The wife comments: And once again the green tie with the blue suit. Come on, what have I been nagging him about for all these years? Another cartoon shows a man who is about to jump off a bridge and is stopped by a policeman who says: Dont do it! Think of your wife and children! The man replies: Thats exactly why Im doing it!
However, Uli Steins cartoons are not meant to be cruel or insensitive. They are rather a way of coping with the harsh realities of life and finding humor in paradox and contradiction. According to a study by the Medical University of Vienna, people who enjoy dark humor are not sickos, but rather very intelligent and emotionally stable. They are able to use frame-shifting and conceptual blending to appreciate the incongruity between different elements of a joke. They also have a higher level of education and verbal intelligence than those who dislike dark humor.
The Black Book By Uli Stein In E is a book that will challenge your sense of humor and make you think about the world in a different way. It is not for everyone, but if you have a sick sense of humor, you will love it. You can find it on Galaxus or listen to it on SoundCloud.
Uli Stein was born in 1946 in Hanover, Germany. He studied pedagogy and psychology at the University of Göttingen, but dropped out to pursue a career as a freelance cartoonist. He started drawing for various newspapers and magazines, such as Stern, Spiegel and Playboy. He also published several books of cartoons, such as The Cat Book, The Dog Book and The Mouse Book. His cartoons have been translated into many languages and have sold over 80 million copies worldwide.
Uli Stein is known for his distinctive style of drawing, which features simple lines, expressive faces and minimal backgrounds. He often uses animals as his main characters, such as cats, dogs, mice, penguins and bears. He also likes to poke fun at human behavior and stereotypes, such as doctors, lawyers, politicians and celebrities. He has a keen eye for the absurdities and contradictions of modern society and culture. He does not shy away from controversial topics, such as religion, sex, violence and death.
Uli Stein has received many awards and honors for his work, such as the Max and Moritz Prize, the German Cartoon Prize and the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. He has also been involved in various charitable causes, such as animal welfare, environmental protection and childrens education. He lives in a farmhouse near Hanover with his wife and several pets. c481cea774