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A collection of satirical sketches based on the conversations between a parent and their "perfectly horrible and lifelike" child.
Hardcover, Florin edition, 256 pages
Published 1932 by Jonathan Cape
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Jude
Feb 28, 2013 Jude rated it it was amazing
Shelves: satire
I first discovered this book amongst my parent's books at the age of about 8. I was attracted by the title, what nosy child wouldn't be! The memory of the book stayed with me for many years until a friend sourced a second hand copy for me as a birthday present. After all these years it still delights me.

The book consists of a series of conversations between a 1930's middle class parent and their horrid precocious child. The child invariably lays bare the pretensions of it's parent and exasperate
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John Beverley Nichols was an author, playwright, journalist, composer, and public speaker.
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