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Book by Beverley Nichols

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful read with a cat on your lap. 6 novembre 2006
Par Cynthia A. Szymaszek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I am a great fan of Beverly Nichols, so I am always excited to see one of his books reprinted. I enjoyed this look into an era long gone. His gardening books gave you a glimpse of Gaskin but this book presented a picture of the real person, not just the perfect servant. I like Nichols' wry humour and every cat lover will feel they have met a kindred spirit.
9 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another charming book! 11 septembre 2006
Par Margey Maples - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you've enjoyed other books by Beverley Nichols or those by P.G. Wodehouse, this is a book for you. The charming recipes and antedotes make for a delightful reading experience. This book is worth the cost for the Mayonnaisse chapter alone!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 So much more than gardening: Life 3 novembre 2013
Par V. SHELDON - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If Nichols hadn't been dead and gay, I would have been on the next plane!!! He is simply wonderful because he had full command of the English language; he could criticize without judgment; he loved life and animals; he possessed both energy and humor; he was generous; he was capable of respect; he was a gentleman in both senses. I love all his books, but this is my favorite. It's, to me, obvious, but I should say he would be the first to agree he was human and, therefore, not without faults. I would love to have known this man.

With regard to the person who sold me the book, the copies arrived in short order and in perfect, "as new", condition. Absolute A++

Thank you.
VMN Sheldon
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Something was missing from this book.... 26 mars 2009
Par Lola Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have enjoyed reading most of Beverley Nichol's books on his houses and his gardening. I had high hopes for this one but came away disappointed.
This is close to his last book and maybe he was old and tired and bitter. He was too sarcastic and he even related a dirty joke that was not in the least bit funny. Not enough about his cats, either. The recipes were interesting but not practical for most people. Fans of Mr. Nichol's should read it but don't expect too much.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 I have never once been disappointed by Nichols 29 mai 2016
Par E. M. Epps - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Beverly Nichols wrote many very witty things, more than a half-century ago, on just about every topic, but most famously on matters of gardening and cats. I have never once been disappointed by him.

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What do [cocktail parties] do to the mind? If one is a good guest, trying to perform one’s duties, they subject the mind to a series of violent pressures of which the most exhausting, in my own case, is a congenital incapacity for remembering people’s names. It is not so bad when there are only two of you. One can usually get away with… ‘Darling…such ages since we met…and what are you up to now?’ If one listens very attentively to the answer, which may be quite extensive, one can usually discover, by a process of elimination, what he or she is up to, and whether one is addressing the conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, and artist, a novelist, a deep-sea-diver, a member of parliament, a film star, and old school chum or…if the worst comes to the worst…one’s hostess. It is when one is joined by a third party that the agony becomes intense, for now one is obliged to perform the introductions. The standard formula, accompanied by a tortured laugh, is…’You know each other, of course…’ but sometimes this does not work, because it is quite evident that they neither know each other nor wish to do so. Whereupon, one is forced into what I can only call ‘Cocktail Esperanto’. A lot of men are called Charles, and one can often get away with a sound like Chlocks, particularly if one has previously filled one’s mouth with potato crisps. This token noise, delivered with a bow from the waist, and a graceful wave of the hand towards one’s companion sometimes does the trick. (A word of warning. This technique never works with Americans, who introduce one another as though they were toast masters at a city banquet.)
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