- But he said, "Why, it's a farce!"Chapter 21 (67% in)
- ...situated; they were classified, too, in grades of luck and wisdom, darkness by birth or vexations, power over or subjection to wives, women, sons and daughters, grades of disfigurement; or by the roles they played in comedies, tragedies, sex farces; whether they screwed or were screwed, whether they themselves did the manipulating or were roughly handled, tugged, and bobbled by their fates; their frauds, their smart bankruptcies, the fires they had set; what were their prospects of...Chapter 5 (54% in)
- Gauze-winders, hotel workers on strike, errors like my illusion about her sister, that farce of being taken for Mrs. Renling's gigolo, all that Thea had herself done meanwhile, these were entirely "out there.Chapter 14 (10% in)
- "The money's no farce.Chapter 21 (67% in)
There are no more uses of "farce" in The Adventures of Augie March.
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