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Sometimes poignant, never less than tragic, often brave and always searingly honest: these are the qualities that have made Bel Littlejohn Britain's best-loved columnist. Part self-help guide, part heartfelt, brutally frank reappraisal of her life to date, Ms Littlejohn deals with such issues as: Diana, Princess of Wales: 'She taught us how to laugh and how to cry, and the difference between the two'; Coping with a Living Mother at Christmas-time; and Gordon Brown's Desert Island Disc, 'Je t'aime moi non plus', Louise Woodward. 'I wept; you wept; he or she wept; we wept; you plural wept; they all wept.' and Living with a Verucca, Bel's searingly honest long-running, OBSERVER column.

HUG ME WHILE I WEEP...FOR I WEEP FOR THE WORLD is about nothing less than the emotional rebirth of New Britain, as chronicled by the woman who acted as its midwife.

Hug me while I weep for I weep for the world - Bel Littlejohn

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Title
Hug me while I weep for I weep for the world
Author
Bel Littlejohn
format
Hardback
Publisher
Little, Brown
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19981029

Sometimes poignant, never less than tragic, often brave and always searingly honest: these are the qualities that have made Bel Littlejohn Britain's best-loved columnist. Part self-help guide, part heartfelt, brutally frank reappraisal of her life to date, Ms Littlejohn deals with such issues as: Diana, Princess of Wales: 'She taught us how to laugh and how to cry, and the difference between the two'; Coping with a Living Mother at Christmas-time; and Gordon Brown's Desert Island Disc, 'Je t'aime moi non plus', Louise Woodward. 'I wept; you wept; he or she wept; we wept; you plural wept; they all wept.' and Living with a Verucca, Bel's searingly honest long-running, OBSERVER column.

HUG ME WHILE I WEEP...FOR I WEEP FOR THE WORLD is about nothing less than the emotional rebirth of New Britain, as chronicled by the woman who acted as its midwife.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Wit and humor, English.|Great Britain - Social life and customs - 1945- - Humor.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
256

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