Comic History of England by Bill Nye - Free Ebook
The Influx of the Danes: Facts showing conclusively their Influence on the Briton of To-Day. The Troublous Middle Ages: Disaffections attending Chronic Usurpation Proclivities. Foreign Foibles introduced, only to be expunged with characteristic Pugnacity.
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The Comic History of England was published posthumously in after the writer's tragic and untimely death half-way through the project. Hence it remains incomplete and covers the history of the island nation only up to the Tudor period. However, beginning with Julius Caesar, the Roman invasion of Britain, the Druids and Stonehenge, this book is still a rib-tickling ride through the centuries. Some of the humor is extremely topical and readers may in fact have to actually know some of the facts to get the jokes, but one thing is certain; this is no serious and scholarly tome to be pored over in a dusty library!
Bill Nye's Comic History Of England (1906)
Delightfully illustrated by W. Goodes and AM Richards, the book is embellished by truly hilarious illustrations which add to the comic element. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
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Please try again later. The text is amusing and clever. Harold did not merely die at the battle of Hastings, he "abandoned the fight in order to investigate the surprises of a future state. The facts and dates are valid and the chronology and major characters are real, but don't take this book too seriously.
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There are so many characters it is hard to tell them apart. A royal blur of Edwards, Henrys, Williams, etc. Not recommended for serious scholars, but fun if you are in the mood. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.