When grandmama fell off the boat - Harry Graham

9781873329412

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Title
When grandmama fell off the boat - the best of Harry Graham, inventor of ruthless rhymes
Author
Harry Graham
format
Hardback
Publisher
Sheldrake Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20091126

First comprehensive selection of Harry Graham's work. Authorized anthology of Harry Graham's famous and funny poems Revives many phrases and verses people already know and can recite by heart. Beautifully designed book which will make an ideal gift. Delightful period illustrations by, among others, Fish, Fougasse and Ridgewell. Foreword by Harry Graham's daughter, who contributed to Punch and other national weeklies.
Introduction by the humorous writer, TV and radio personality Miles Kington.
Possibility of successful merchandizing - postcards, greetings cards, etc. National competition in which readers wrote new Ruthless Rhymes. Lends itself to strong media coverage.

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Harry Graham (1874-1936) was an establishment figure who didn't quite fit the mould. He started off conventionally enough with Eton, Sandhurst and the Guards, but the irrepressible entertainer in him kept bursting out, and by 1910 he had become a full-time writer. He was engaged to the American actress Ethel Barrymore, great aunt of Drew Barrymore, but she added him to her list of spurned suitors, among them Winston Churchill. Four years later Graham married Dorothy Villiers.

Type
BOOK
Edition
2nd Edition
Keyword Index
Humorous poetry, English.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
160

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