|Title:||The Queen and I|
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|Category:||Humor and Satire|
|Publisher:||Michael Joseph; Re-issue edition (June 26, 2012)|
The Queen and I is a 1992 novel and play written by Sue Townsend, a fictional best-selling political satire revolving round the topic of republicanism in the United Kingdom. The setting is the United Kingdom, after the 1992 General Election, where the House of Windsor has just been deprived of its Royal status by the People's Republican Party and its members made to live like normal citizens.
The Queen had been torn between her husband’s and Louis Mountbatten’s wishes and those of King George V, who had founded the House of Windsor in perpetuity. The Queen closed her eyes. Louis was long gone, but he was still influencing events. Like babies, she said to Tony, as she changed into her going-to-the-pub clothes. ‘S a wonder they can wipe their own bums. The Queen and I ∧. 10. KEEPING WARM.
The Queen watched out of the front window as Trish removed the stereo from the dashboard of the Citroën and placed it in her voluminous duffel-bag (made from a redundant camel blanket by the look of it, thought the Queen, who had visited Jaipur and been escorted by two hundred camels the smell!). The Queen hoped that Trish would go elsewhere, but no, there she was, opening her gate. Five minutes later, the Queen and Trish were sitting on either side of the unlit gas fire, sipping Earl Grey tea. Trish had supplied the tea-bags; they smelt faintly of camel, thought the Queen as she’d waited for the kettle to boil. Well, how are things?
The Queen and I Sue Townsend. For Gabrielle, Bailey and Niall. Created by Rish for ww. snips. 2. AUTHOR’S NOTE The Queen and I is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used entirely fictitiously.
Susan Lillian "Sue" Townsend (born 2 April 1946) is a British novelist, best known as the author of the Adrian Mole series of books. She has suffered from diabetes for many years, as a result of which she was registered blind in 2001, and has woven this theme into her work. Townsend was born in Leicester in 1946 and went to Glen Hills Primary school, where the school secretary was Mrs Claricotes, a name she used for the school secretary in the books. At the time of writing the first Mole book, Sue Townsend was living on the Saffron Lane Estate, a stone's-throw away from the house in which gay playwright Joe Orton was brought up. Awards. Другие книги по запросу The Queen and I . См. также в других словарях
Sue Townsend's 1992 comedy The Queen and I imagines what would happen if a republican party won the UK general election and the monarchy was disbanded, . .Sue Townsend's 1992 comedy The Queen and I imagines what would happen if a republican party won the UK general election and the monarchy was disbanded, the royal family ousted and forced to live in a council estate in Leicester. In 2006, Queen Camilla - sometimes referred to by publishers as a direct sequel to The Queen and I - explores the idea . ore.
The Queen and I is the brilliantly funny novel by Sue Townsend, author of the Adrian Mole series. THE MONARCHY HAS BEEN DISMANTLEDWhen a Republican party wins the General Election, their first act in power is to strip the royal family of their assets and titles and send them to live on a housing estate in the Midlands. Exchanging Buckingham Palace for a two-bedroomed semi in Hell Close (as the locals dub it), caviar for boiled eggs, servants for a social worker named Trish, the Queen and her family learn what it means to be poor among the great unwashed.
THE QUEEN AND I Chapter 1, Why do you think the Queen didn't want a Republican governmentto be elected?, What did Jack Barker tell the Royal Family about their new homes? He tell the Royal Family that they will get a pensioner's bungalow and they're entitled to one as an ordinary citizen of this country. What did Jack Barker do with the Queen's crown and what do you think this signified? Jack Barker held the crown over his head so that everyone could see it.
What a scream! Susan Townsend's text is wild enough, the audioversion will have you rolling on the floor. One of the few cases where the tapes really are the best part. I would encourage this as a gift for any devoted Anglophile, I can't wait for my copy! 0. Report. This is an absolutely delightful book. com User, November 4, 1999. The novel concerns the Royal family, which must now life like ordinary citizens because of a change in government. From now on, they will live in council housing-two bedrooms, one bath-with no staff or servants of any kind