Never-Ending Book Quiz
Warning: Reading can make you hungry. Consider the following -
Scene: A Cheese Shop. Enter Mr Mousebender. He addresses the proprietor, Mr Wensleydale thus:
"I was sitting in the public library in Thurmond Street just now, skimming through (book name deleted), when I suddenly came over all peckish ... "
... hereafter follows possibly the finest treatment in prose, ancient or modern, of a discussion relating to the retail of dairy foodstuffs.
What is the title of the book that precipitated this scene?
Choose the correct answer:The Magic of Dimples, by Enid Trout Rogue Herries, by Hugh Walpole Candide, by Voltaire Fromage, by Marcel Proust
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