Graham Clarke's History of England
Before It Became Boring & Too Much Like Real Life - Revised Edition

By Graham Clarke
Dec. 1999
ISBN: 0-9536969-1-X
80 p.
$32.50 Cloth


Uncluttered by commonplace knowledge and well-worn facts, this remarkable work offers a genuinely new account of some of the major events in English history. It explains, for instance, why Stonehenge was never completed and the roof not put on, why there are no references to real ale, cricket or Lady Godiva in the Domesday Book and who actually wrote the work of the six Shakespeare brothers. Graham Clarke’s dry wit and humorous illustrations give life to this entertaining parody. Students of history will never trust a fact again.

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