180pp | ISBN 978-1-77140-207-1
$22.95 $18.95 £14.95
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First published in 1993, and long out of print, Nick Smith’s Bridge Literature is an anthology of literary parodies that for the most part appeared first in magazines such as English Bridge and International Popular Bridge Monthly. Characters from Shakespeare, Marlowe, the Bible, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Charlotte Bronte, Thomas Hardy, Lewis Carroll and George Orwell all make their appearances at the bridge table in a collection that will be enjoyed as much for its reimagining of classic books as the ingenuity of its bridge settings.
Nick Smith (Oxford, UK) is an expert bridge player as well as the author of numerous novels and plays. Among his books are Bridge Literature (Cadogan, 1993) and (with Julian Pottage) Bridge Behind Bars (MPP, 2009).
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