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by Suresh Mudannayake,Holte,Richard Breen

Author: Suresh Mudannayake,Holte,Richard Breen
Subcategory: Humor
Language: English
Publisher: Penny Publishing Ltd; 4th edition (March 7, 1998)
Pages: 92 pages
Category: Humor and Entertainment
Rating: 4.4
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Richard Breen, Suresh Mudannayake. Holte (Illustrator)

Richard Breen, Suresh Mudannayake. Holte (Illustrator). This book is a light-hearted look at the historical developments of the world famous Oxford Colleges, their extremely peculiar traditions, and the eccentric people who inhabited them.

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This book attempts in a light-hearted fashion to describe the historical developments of the older, world famous Oxford colleges, their extremely peculiar traditions, and the eccentric people who inhabited them. We hope that we have succeeded in faithfully conveying the humorous side of Oxford life, and the true character of the colleges in their historical setting.

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In addition he illustrated Nicholas Jones's Reader's Digest collection Hackers, Hotting and Hooray Henrys: A Guide to New Words and Words in the News (1992) and illustrated two books ofhumorous anecdotes on universitycollege life by Richard Breen: Cambridge Oddfellows and Funny.

In addition he illustrated Nicholas Jones's Reader's Digest collection Hackers, Hotting and Hooray Henrys: A Guide to New Words and Words in the News (1992) and illustrated two books ofhumorous anecdotes on universitycollege life by Richard Breen: Cambridge Oddfellows and Funny Tales (1997) and (with co-author Suresh Mudannayake), Oxford Oddfellows and Funny Tales (2000).

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This book attempts in a light-hearted fashion to describe the historical developments of the older, world famous Oxford colleges, their extremely peculiar traditions, and the eccentric people who inhabited them. The stories told about many of these characters are age-old and well-known: in our research we often came across the same story told about many different people, and had to make up our minds which version seemed most likely. We hope that we have succeeded in faithfully conveying the humorous side of Oxford life, and the true character of the colleges in their historical setting. [From the Foreword]