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Home Tom Sharpe Porterhouse Blue. Tom Sharpe was born in 1928 and educated at Lancing College and Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Home Tom Sharpe Porterhouse Blue. Porterhouse blue, . He did his national service in the Marines before going to South Africa in 1951, where he did social work before teaching in Natal. He had a photographic studio in Pietermaritzburg from 1957 until 1961, and from 1963 to 1972 he was a lecturer in History at the Cambridge College of Arts and Technology.
Porterhouse Blue is a novel written by Tom Sharpe, first published in 1974. A satirical look at Cambridge life and the struggle between tradition and reform, Porterhouse Blue tells the story of Skullion, the Head Porter of Porterhouse, a fictional college of Cambridge University. The novel has a sequel, Grantchester Grind. In 1987, Channel 4 adapted Porterhouse Blue into a TV series of the same name.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Never before published in America, and now a six-hour PBS presentation, Porterhouse Blue is the story of one college campus with more problems than students. A revolution at Porterhouse College sends a lot of things out in the open-namely one gross of condoms.
Tom Sharpe Porterhouse Blue The first book in the Porterhouse Blue series, 1974 To Ivan and Pam Hattingh Chapter 1 It was a fine Feast
Tom Sharpe Porterhouse Blue The first book in the Porterhouse Blue series, 1974 To Ivan and Pam Hattingh Chapter 1 It was a fine Feast. No one, not even the Praelector who was so old he could remember the Feast of ’09, could recall its equal – and Porterhouse is famous for its food. The first book in the Porterhouse Blue series, 1974.
On every stroke the coxes jerked backwards and the boats leapt forwards, each in pursuit of the eight ahead and each in turn in flight from the eight behind.
Porterhouse College is world renowned for its gastronomic excellence, the arrogance of its Fellows, its academic mediocrity and the social cachet it confers on the athletic sons of county families. Sir Godber Evans, ex-Cabinet Minister and the new Master, is determined to change all this
Электронная книга "Porterhouse Blue: (Porterhouse Blue Series 1)", Tom Sharpe.
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Tom Sharpe, Porterhouse Blue novelist, dies aged 8. Image caption Sharpe wrote five books in the Wilt series.
Tom Sharpe, Porterhouse Blue novelist, dies aged 85. 6 June 2013. The British author Tom Sharpe, who wrote the 1974 novel Porterhouse Blue, has died aged 85. Sharpe, who was born in London in 1928, died in the coastal town of Llafranc in north-eastern Spain on Thursday. The private Tom was warm, supportive and wholly engaging.