Squire Haggard's Journal by Michael Green
(Prion Humour Classics)

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A bawdy parody of a late 18th-century gentleman's diary. Amos Haggard is a gargantuan, warty toad of a character. Along with Roderick, his idiot sidekick son, he carouses with prostitutes, imbibes copious amounts of wine, evicts the poor and fires his pistols at poachers, dissenters and foreigners.

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Michael Green is an experienced evangelist on every continent. Currently, he is a Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, England, and a Canon of Coventry Cathedral. He travels worldwide on speaking and preaching engagements and is the bestselling author of over fifty books. He and his wife, Rosemary, have four gown children.
Published January 1, 1975 by Hutchinson. 128 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Prion reprints this humor classic in honor of its 25th anniversary, though its origins are in a regular column published in The Daily Telegraph during the 1960s, and it's familiar to a British audience from a BBC adaptation.

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