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“An enchanting book. Odious Comparisons is very funny, terribly clever, and so poignant at times.”
William is ‘more-or-less poor and give-or-take old’, but his life is enriched by poetry. His wife, Flora, ‘is a nice woman. But she is no poet.’ Despite William’s lyrical accolades, Flora is not convinced that a simple rural existence is all there is to life.
For anyone who has ever dreamed of moving from the city to the country or vice versa, and for everyone who loves poetry, these witty verses deftly balance charm and satire and will divide its readers into Williams and Floras. Whose side are you on?
Handbound in hessian sack by Hanbury Press