The five Daily Telegraph Books of Obituaries have been both a critical and a popular success, winning plaudits from readers and reviewers alike Here, gathered in one volume, is the very best of the witty, waspish and often wildly funny biographical short stories that are the mark of a Telegraph Obituary Together they offer a richly unpredictable medley of twentieth century lives, a deliciously idiosyncratic study in miniature, reflecting the last century at its most picturesque, poignant and absurd....
|Title||:||The Very Best of the Daily Telegraph Books of Obituaries|
|Publisher||:||Pan Books Ltd June 1, 2001|
|Number of Pages||:||428 pages|
|File Size||:||686 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Very Best of the Daily Telegraph Books of Obituaries Reviews
Telegraph Obits are widely read. If you didn't know the dear departed before reading the Telegraph obituary you would wish that he, or she, had been your best buddy in life. Well researched, the life story is told with intimate revelations and very often with great humour. If you managed to appear in a Telegraph Obituary column, your life had been noted and you could really rest in peace. This is just one book of the 'Very Best' and it lives up to its name.
best collection of British eccentrics funny and offers sidelights on history love it
My son introduced me to this book after a visit to England, and I bought it through Amazon. I love it. The reader will meet some of the most interesting, admirable, dispicable, but always entertaining characters possible. The entries are of a perfect length for brief and satisfying perusal.