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Oi, Mate, Gimme Some More! Baum, Martin                             1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0755206037
ISBN-13: 9780755206032
Sku: 215885115
Publish Date: 6/1/2010
Pages:  158
Age Range:  NA
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Writing from the enclaves of his beach-hut in Dorset, author Martin Baum is back, doing for Charles Dickens what he did for William Shakespeare in his best-selling book To Be or Not To Be, Innit - a Yoof-Speak Guide to Shakespeare. As a broadcaster, satirist and journalist, Martin cares deeply about the classics and wants others to feel and experience the passion by introducing them to literature in a fun, accessible and inclusive way. It was da best of times, and not being funny or nuffing, but it was da worst of times, to be honest. Da Tale of Two Turfs Bah yada yada humbug. Da Christmas Carol Annual moolah twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen and six, result good karma. Annual moolah twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds naff all and six, then you is gonna have to consolidate with Ocean Finance. Simples. *Author: Baum, Martin *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 158 *Publication Date: 2010/06/09 *Language: English *Dimensions: 5.51 x 8.50 x 0.33 inches
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If Charles Dickens's quill was still active today, as a writer living in the Gads Hill front line in the Higham turf, with a keen eye for contemporary detail he would reflect life as it is on the streets today by writing classics like 'Minging Times, 'Dombey and Sprog', 'Our Mutual Bro', 'Da Tale of Two Turfs', and 'Well Good Expectations'.

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