Wilt author Tom Sharpe review Ò 103

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Wilt author Tom Sharpe review Ò 103 ´ Cada vez ue el profesor Henry Wilt entra en el aula del centro politécnico algo se rompe en su interior Con el regreso a casa cada día tampoco llega la paz sino tan solo la constatación de ue su vida es una derrota continua Y sin embargo algunas de las mejores carcajadas de la literatura contemporánea laCada vez ue el profesor Henry Wilt entra en el aula del centro politécnico algo se rompe en su interior Con el regreso a casa cada día tampoco llega la paz sino tan solo la constatación de ue su vida es una derrota continua Y sin embargo algunas de las mejores carcajadas de la literatura contemporánea l. This is still a very funny book surely a gold standard member of the British humour club It was released in 1976 and it must have been regarded as terribly risué thenTom Sharpe was a masterful writer The story of course is absurd but that's one of the things I enjoyed about it It's a short dare I say it Sharpe read and if you feel the need to escape from reality for a few hours I couldn't recommend a novel highlyI'm sure some of my high school English teachers would have had palpitations to read some of his sentences I counted six or seven instances of 'and' in one sentence And his use of adverbs far exceeds what is fashionable nowadays But I sense he broke these rules for effect because he clearly knew what he was doing I wouldn't mind being half as good a writerHe conjured up some great characters The central one is Henry Wilt who is wonderfully obtuseHe made good use of stereotypes too yes some police really were that dumb years ago having worked for a while in academia I saw no evidence that academics would mend their factional back biting ways in a hurry so they ring uite true on the book Americans did seem a bit odd back then and I'm sure Wilt's wife would have got over her fixation for Harpic toilet cleanerHe throws all these characters together and we get to see how they interact The result is one hell of a comedic novel

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Tica uizá todo lo ue resultó hilarante demencia para los lectores de 1976 pueda parecer realismo desnortado a los actuales Lo ue es seguro es ue estamos ante uno de los pocos libros gracias a los ue una carcajada a solas en el metro no nos identifica como locos sino como lectores distinguidos Jesús Trueb. Tom Sharpe was arguably the most accomplished British humourist since PG Wodehouse and Wilt is possibly his best loved book Sharpe drew on his experiences as a polytechnic lecturer in conceiving the character of hapless and unhappily married Henry Wilt who spends his days teaching Lord of the Flies to disinterested apprentice butchers and his nights fantasising about killing his less than sympathetic wife Eva However when Eva goes missing after a disastrous party in which Henry finds himself tied to an inflatable sex doll things take a decided turn for the anarchic Sharpe's characters are a delightful melange of the awful and absurd amounting a to a caustic observation on the state of British society at the time Compellingly hilarious from start to finish

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Wilt author Tom SharAs hallará el lector en estas páginas Las clases de literatura a los alumnos de Enyesado Albañilería y Lampistería las obsesiones asesinas de Wilt proyectadas sobre una muñeca hinchable o al fin la delirante trama a partir de la extraña desaparición de la esposa se entretejen para crear una obra mí. Don't make the mistake of reading this book in public Everyone will think you're crazy I have rarely laughed so much reading anything It's very light but totally hilarious After reading this I became a fan of Tom Sharpe and read of his books They are perfect if you are looking for light relief or need cheering up