BSA The Uncommon Reader - Audiobook CD
Led by her yapping corgis to the Westminster travelling library outside Buckingham Palace the Queen finds herself taking out a novel by Ivy Compton-Burnett. Duff read though it is the following week her choice proves more enjoyable and awakens in Her Majesty a passion for reading so great that her public duties begin to suffer. And so as she devours work by everyone from Hardy to Brookner to Proust to Beckett her equerries conspire to bring the Queen's literary odyssey to a close.Features.Publisher - Audio GO; Unabridged Edition edition (September 9 2008) .Language - English.About the Author.Alan Bennett has been one of England's leading dramatists since the success of Beyond the Fringe in the 1960s. His work includes the Talking Heads television series and the stage plays Forty Years On The Lady in the Van A Question of Attribution and The Madness of King George III. His most recent play The History Boys now a major motion picture won six Tony Awards including best play in 2006. In the same year his memoir Untold Stories was a number-one bestseller in the United Kingdom.
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