The Man With the Grasshopper Mind by Peter Innes

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"The Man With the Grasshopper Mind is a satirical romp, a burlesque of gender politics in the groves of academe. Dr. Douglas Ian MacPherson (Mac) is a professor at Daventry University. In his role as a scientist, he understands rats, though not, apparently, women.

He begins by clashing with Dr. Naomi Gelsey-Ashdown of the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, goes on to offend every female on campus, and ends by alienating the affections (such as they were) of his wife.

Even Mac’s colleagues don’t care to know him, and aside from his dog, he has only one good friend and true—his marriage counselor and drinking companion, Dr. Yeti Bahnjakris."
 

About Peter Innes

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Peter Innes grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, and studied at the universities of Oregon and British Columbia. He was a university professor for several years before becoming a consultant with a sideline in livestock. He has two grown children and lives with his wife in Alberta.
 
Published October 22, 2008 by iUniverse. 268 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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