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Two Thumbs Up for Bill Bryson’s Shakespeare: The World as Stage | GALLIVANCE

We, and much of the rest of the world, were introduced to Bill Bryson’s work in his hilarious Notes From a Small Island. We were living in London at the time, and could absolutely relate to his qui… 14 more words

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Two Thumbs Up for Bill Bryson’s Shakespeare: The World as Stage

We, and much of the rest of the world, were introduced to Bill Bryson’s work in his hilarious Notes From a Small Island. We were living in London at the time, and could absolutely relate to his quirky take on being an American abroad. 360 more words

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Watching the English

If it’s pop armchair ethnography you want (and why not, sometimes?), then Kate Fox’s Watching the English: the hidden rules of English behaviour is brilliant. 483 more words

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Book Review - One Summer

I’ve been a big fan of Bill Bryson for years, ever since I read his amazing A Walk In the Woods in middle school. He’s hilarious and interesting and he makes topics that would otherwise be very dry (from the history of English to a drive through the American Midwest) into page-turners. 567 more words

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A Short History

In 2016 I managed to read just 13 books, in addition to whole of the NIV Bible.

I’d like to read a more diverse range in 2017, and have just embarked on re-reading the New English Bible. 174 more words

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Sunday Snapshot: Happy New Year 2017

Happy New Year to old friends and new!

A while ago, I read Bill Bryson’s The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes From a Small Island… 254 more words

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