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This delightful Victorian comic diary is a classic of English Humour which has never been out of print since its first publication in 1892. City clerk Charles Pooter asks: ‘Why should I not publish my diary... because I do not happen to be a “somebody”?’
He proceeds to catalogue all the social clangers he makes unwittingly as he bumbles his way through life, yet a sympathy develops for Pooter in the face of it all.
The Diary of a Nobody is an ideal text for the talents of Martin Jarvis.
Publisher: Naxos AudioBooks
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