François Théodore Thistlethwaite's FRENGLISH THOUGHTS
Publication date: 19/12/2015
A humorous look at the French and English through the eyes of a Frenglishman
The product of his parents' ferociously antagonistic genes, François Théodore Thistlethwaite is a split-identity 'Frenglishman'. Any one of his three alter egos - the Marxist Frenchman, François, his conservative English brother, Thistlethwaite, or Théodore, their middle voice of reason - can seize control of the whole to expound their views on some of those différences which go to cause the only similarity between French and English to be the colours of their flag. Illustrated by many hilarious anecdotes based on the author's own experience and observations during his forty years of survival among the French, François Théodore Thistlethwaite's FRENGLISH THOUGHTS contains a host of insightful reflections on such subjects as French and English women, queuing, the English Puritan factor, the French driver, sporting fair play, and many more - some of which are controversial enough to shake the very foundations of the Entente Cordiale.
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