River Edge, NJ, April 07, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- "Groucho, Chico, and Harpo--the Marx Brothers were one of a kind," states author, Luis Anthony Gonzalez. "Their comedic style blends zany slapstick with wit and sarcasm. Their films dates back nearly a century, but the comedy is timeless. The humor stems from keen observations and commentary on human nature—which never gets old. Humor is unvarnished truth—if it weren't true, it wouldn't be funny. The films of the Marx Brothers offer many funny moments, many truths, many life lessons."
"Wisdom of the Marx Brothers: Life Lessons from Groucho, Chico, and Harpo" offers a dozen life lessons gleaned from the films and lives of "the funniest brothers that ever lived," says Gonzalez. The book features lessons from Duck Soup, Animal Crackers, A Night at the Opera, A Day at the Races, Monkey Business, and others.
One of the lessons, Lesson #8, states: Don't Confuse Stupidity for Bravery
The lesson draws from Groucho as Rufus T. Firefly in Duck Soup, who says, "You're a brave man. Go and break through the lines. And remember, while you're out there risking your life and limb through shot and shell, we'll be in be in here thinking what a sucker you are."
The author, Luis Anthony Gonzalez, a life-long Marx Brothers fan, promises, "Your life will be enriched by the Wisdom of the Marx Brothers."