The Jerusalem Syndrome:
My Life as a Reluctant Messiah (Broadway Books, 2001)
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[on Lynn Shelton's death] It's a terrible experience but it is a fundamental human experience. It's as common as love. It's devastating, but we are built to carry it, for ourselves and for others.
Stand up style is often compared to Richard Lewis
. In his first book, The Jerusalem Syndrome, he initially wrote the phrase "the food pyramid in hell" which the editor changed to "the food pyramid from hell." Because "...from hell" is Lewis' trademark catchphrase (so much so that Lewis infamously petitioned Bartlett's Familiar Quotations to attribute it to him, as parodied in the "Curb Your ...