Some very interesting pieces from the pen of the bestselling author of Birdsong and Human Traces -- a collection of clever, funny and surprising parodies, pastiches and air-shots, inspired by The Write Stuff on Britain's Radio 4.
Here's a small sample of Pistache pieces:
Thomas Hardy is sent to cover the big match.
Jane Austen braves a contemporary “dance”.
William Shakespeare writes a speech for Basil Fawlty.
Oscar Wilde tries to be an agony uncle.
Samuel Beckett writes a monologue for Ronnie Corbett.
Pistache will be received with great delight by fans of Sebastian Faulks.
From the Hardcover edition.
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