Texan Linda Berdoll is author of the wildly popular Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife. While researching the Regency era, she came across so many unusual and hilarious euphemisms that she had to share them. In doing so, she has taken a stand against the overuse of four-letter words, offering (if one is disposed to need it) an equally insulting term that will not make your Grandma swoon.
In her latest foray into offending the puritanical and pretentious, Berdoll has published a sequel to Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife. This one is aptly titled, Darcy & Elizabeth, Nights and Days at Pemberley.
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Did you know that there is an obscene gesture that is both older and more universally recognized than digitus impudicus?
Do you know what digitus impudicus is?
Likewise excrementum cerebellum vincit?
Heard of a tuft-hunter? (No, its not a horny male.)
Why is an improcreant male called a mule?
Would you want to go to Europe with Ralph and Earl in a Buick?
And just what is the Clinton Exculpation?
Are you tired of hearing those seven naughty words again and again?
All these questions and more are answered with wit and originality in Very Nice Ways to Say Very Bad Things, The Unusual Book of Euphemisms.About the Author:
Linda Berdoll is also the author of the witty and provocative sequel, The Bar Sinister: Pride and Prejudice Continues.
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Descrizione libro Well, There It Is Publishing. Paperback. Condizione libro: Fair. Codice libro della libreria G0967481716I5N00
Descrizione libro Well, There It Is Publishing 2003-11, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: good. 0967481716. Codice libro della libreria 549951