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Oh! To Be in England (1963)

by H. E. Bates

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Mariette and Mr Charlton decide to have their baby christened, and a good deal of enjoyable chaos results when all the Larkin children decide that they want to be done too. A splendid excuse for a party, anyway. As a bonus we get a pugilistic clergyman in the best P.G. Wodehouse tradition. ( )
  thorold | May 25, 2010 |
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Here is an uninterrupted rural riot in the garden of England, with the Larkins as ring leaders. Pop clinches deals for suits of armour and regency chamberpots, the younger Larkins are baptised in a mass baptism and the Reverent Candy gets a intruder in a half-nelson.… (more)

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