The Diary of A Nobody

The Diary of A Nobody

Book - 1995
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Anxious, accident-prone, occasionally waspish, Charles Pooter has come to epitomize English suburban life. His diary chronicles encounters with difficult tradesmen, the delights of home improvements, small parties, minor embarrassments, and problems with his troublesome son.
Publisher: Oxford, England : Oxford University Press, c1995.
ISBN: 9780192833273
Branch Call Number: FIC Grossm
Characteristics: xxx, 143 pages : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Grossmith, Weedon 1852-1919.
Flint, Kate


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One needs to have an appreciation of British humour and over-look politically incorrect opinions. Worth reading as a classic of Victorian literature for the common man but some cringe-worthy scenes

Jul 05, 2018

A Victorian satire about the suburban Pooter family. A classic and still funny.

Apr 30, 2014

Delightful, heartwarming, hilarious. Victorian comedies about Victorian comedies tickle me to no end.

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