The Household Tips of the Great Writers

The Household Tips of the Great Writers As with the commander of an army or the leader of any enterprise so it is with a Great Writer and his house The Household Tips of the Great Writers covers all your household needs indoors and outdo

  • Title: The Household Tips of the Great Writers
  • Author: Mark Crick
  • ISBN: 9781847082527
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As with the commander of an army, or the leader of any enterprise, so it is with a Great Writer and his house The Household Tips of the Great Writers covers all your household needs, indoors and outdoors, from pruning a rose bush with Pablo Neruda to mending a dripping tap with Jean Paul Sartre Throwing a tea party Irvine Welsh has the recipe for the perfect chocolate As with the commander of an army, or the leader of any enterprise, so it is with a Great Writer and his house The Household Tips of the Great Writers covers all your household needs, indoors and outdoors, from pruning a rose bush with Pablo Neruda to mending a dripping tap with Jean Paul Sartre Throwing a tea party Irvine Welsh has the recipe for the perfect chocolate cake, though that s not all he s cooking Brilliant, hilarious, and always pitch perfect, this omnibus edition of Mark Crick s wonderful books of literary pastiche will inform and entertain the most erudite of householders.

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    One thought on “The Household Tips of the Great Writers

    1. Sofia

      A clever gem of a book. Mark Crick expertly mimics famous authors and their works while adding his own twist. I thoroughly enjoyed reading each short piece during my lunch breaks. What a treat! Standouts for me include:>Tarragon Eggs a la Jane Austen>Clafoutis Grandmere a la Virginia Woolf>Sole a le Dieppoise a la Jorge Luis Borges>Onion Tar a la Geoffrey Chaucer>Bleeding a Radiator with Emily Bronte>Paining a Room with Haruki Murakami>Tiling a Bathroom with Fyodor Dostoevsk [...]

    2. Val

      Can you imagine how classic great writers might have dealt with household problems in their novels?This is just a light-weight bit of fun, but the author has made a very competent stab at copying the authors' style and anyone who has read more than a few of them will recognise that and enjoy this little book, especially if they read them at school and were expected to take them very, very seriously.

    3. Deborah

      Very interesting concept. I had to stop from laughing out loud when reading certain "helpful" hints as I was in a somewhat quiet restaurant.

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