Readers of the Daily Telegraph will be fondly aware of the combination of wistful nostalgia & appalled outrage that characterises its letters page. But what of all the letters that were just slightly too extreme, too off the wall, too politically incorrect, or just too barking mad, to make it to publication?...
|Title||:||I Could Go On--: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph|
|Number of Pages||:||208 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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I Could Go On--: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph Reviews
Very easy to read and very funny! Only bought it today and meant to just dip into it, but ended by reading the whole book in a couple of hours.
LOL at the letters some folk have written into the Telegraph 😂
This book covers such a diverse range of topics it’s sure to be of interest to anyone. It also has a little bit of a nostalgia factor because some of the letters refer to events in 2010. One letter reads ‘SIR – I can’t see the Kraft takeover of Cadbury working out. The two companies are like choc and cheese’. This week in 2015 the news has been full of complaints about Kraft changing the recipe for the Cadbury crème egg. I think if The Daily Telegraph were Snow White, her seven dwarfs of letter writing could be called Quirky, Smutty, Disgusted, Smart, Pompous, Eccentric and Baffled (by the modern world). This is the third of these books I’ve read now. I think I’m becoming addicted. I wonder if this is a slippery slope which ends with me writing my own letters to The Daily Telegraph?
A collection of letters (most of which are very funny) to a well-known British newspaper.I found this book to be very amusing - in places it was laugh out loud funny, but you probably have to be a UK resident to understand a lot of the references.
This compilation of unpublished letters to The Daily Telegraph is hilarious. You just never know that things that go through your mind are also going through other people's minds. It is a great glimpse into the brains of the public, knowing that you're not alone.
It's the third book I have read from the series and boy, the writers are obsessed with Ed Balls and Nick Clegg.
Some letters are excellent unfortunately you have to read the rest to find them.
More letters that didn't make it to the Letters page - just love them!
If you liked "Am I Alone in Thinking...?!, you'll love this too.