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by Tom Sharpe
This one has always been one of my favourites
As I've mentioned elsewhere, I'm currently re-reading all the early Tom Sharpe books. This one has always been one of my favourites. The plot has been described elsewhere so I won't re-hash the details here.
Thomas Ridley Sharpe (30 March 1928 – 6 June 2013) was an English satirical novelist, best known for his Wilt series, as well as Porterhouse Blue and Blott on the Landscape, which were both adapted for television. Sharpe was born in Holloway, London, and brought up in Croydon. Sharpe's father, the Reverend George Coverdale Sharpe, was a Unitarian minister who was active in far-right politics in the 1930s.
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Frensic and Futtle is a small and successful literary agency
Frensic and Futtle is a small and successful literary agency. One day, a manuscript for a book called Pause O Men for the Virgin arrives at the agency, together with a note from the author's solicitor, saying that the author wishes to remain anonymous and that the agency has carte blanche on how it deals with the book. The book turns out to deal with the love affair between an 80-year old woman and a 17-year old youth.
Tom Sharpe (born 1928-2013) was an English author of fiction and literature novels famously known for his Wilt novel series as well as Blott on the Landscape and Porterhouse Blue. He was born in Holloway, London and raised in Croydon. His father, Reverend George Coverdale was a Unitarian minister who actively participated in politics in the 1930’s. Sharpe attended Bloxham School and then went to Lancing College. He later joined National Service in the Royal Marines before joining Pembroke College in Cambridge where he studied social anthropology and history.