4 edition of Mrs. Pooter"s diary found in the catalog.
Mrs. Pooter"s diary
|Statement||Keith Waterhouse ; illustrated by John Jensen.|
|Contributions||Jensen, John, 1930-|
|LC Classifications||PR6073.A82 M7 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||84142046|
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This is Keith Waterhouse's parody of 'The Diary of a Nobody', written from Mrs Pooter's perspective. If you've read the latter, then Mrs Pooter's comments are very amusing, giving a sense of a slight irritation with her husband and in particular his rather odd sense 5/5(7).
Mrs. Pooter's Diary [Waterhouse, Keith, John Jensen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mrs. Pooter's Diary5/5(7). Mrs Pooter reads her husband's diary, unbeknown to him, and writes her own version of events. First publishes in the s, but written in an authentic period style.
If you enjoyed the original, you're guaranteed to like this/5. The Diary of a Nobody is an English comic novel written by the brothers George and Weedon Grossmith, with illustrations by the originated as an intermittent serial in Punch magazine in –89 and first appeared in book form, with extended text and added illustrations, in The Diary records the daily events in the lives of a London clerk, Charles Pooter, his wife Carrie, his Author: George and Weedon Grossmith.
The Diary of a Nobody (Mr Pooter) written by George Grossmith was first published in the Punch magazine inand first published in book form in This book takes that Diary, and offers the reader the view of the events therein from the perspective of Mrs Pooter.5/5(12).
Review of Mrs. Pooter’s Diary by Keith Waterhouse Reviewed by Fiza Pathan After reading the classic novel The Diary of a Nobody by the Grossmith brothers, I was very keen to read Keith Waterhouse’s take on the book through the eyes of Mrs.
Pooter and her diary.I ordered the book from Amazon, and I was lucky to get one of the last few copies of the book, which was originally published.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Mrs. Pooter's Diary by John Jensen and Keith Waterhouse (, Book, Illustrated) at the best online prices at. This book takes that Diary, and offers the reader the view of the events therein from the perspective of Mrs Pooter.
Long-suffering, and putting up with her husband’s middle class pretensions and rather inflated opinion of his own views, Carrie Pooter is a delightfully 5/5. COVID Resources.
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You can find Pooters in the Indian novels of RK Narayan. Indeed, the literary influence of The Diary of a Nobody is remarkable. Most of the spoof Private Eye diaries, beginning with “Mrs Wilson.