Boswell's Bus Pass

Boswell s Bus Pass Armed with a bus pass and supported by a relay team of equally eccentric and badly behaved companions Stuart Campbell follows the bus routes that Dr Johnson and Boswell would have used had they delaye

  • Title: Boswell's Bus Pass
  • Author: StuartCampbell
  • ISBN: 9781905207626
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Armed with a bus pass and supported by a relay team of equally eccentric and badly behaved companions Stuart Campbell follows the bus routes that Dr Johnson and Boswell would have used had they delayed their journey to the Western isles of Scotland by 238 years The narrative, strikingly illustrated by Colin Milne, includes an astonishing set of previously unpublished loveArmed with a bus pass and supported by a relay team of equally eccentric and badly behaved companions Stuart Campbell follows the bus routes that Dr Johnson and Boswell would have used had they delayed their journey to the Western isles of Scotland by 238 years The narrative, strikingly illustrated by Colin Milne, includes an astonishing set of previously unpublished love letters from Boswell s servant, Joseph Ritter, to his master s long suffering wife, Margaret Stuart Milne s many humorous drawings are a delightful and attractive feature of this book.

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    • A clever premise, with echoes of Bill Bryson's travelogues or one of Tony Hawks' eccentric challenges, but sadly it was poorly executed. Some superb writing, nice turns of phrase and tremendous flights of fancy, but as a book it was, if anything, over-written, with a confusing juxtaposition of commentary on the Johnson/Boswell journey, the writer's own experiences and the somewhat clumsy "letters from Joseph Ritter." In fact it read, in places, as if it should have been a series of daily humorou [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book. Ritter's letters to his lover (his master's wife) are lovely, the illustrations are great and I actually laughed out loud a few times. Campbell is a funny guy, I felt at times that we were cosied up in a pub, and as I am going to hear him speak this week, that could be deja-vu! I only read this because he is coming to our local library and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. It was informative and I loved the comparisons made jumping from the 1700s to the present- [...]


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