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weird book full of puns ("calembours") 12 Dec 2003
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This is a weird book full of puns. Written from the viewpoint of a somewhat retarded low level French male office worker who in his loneliness adopts a 6-foot python whose warm encircling embrace gives him a sense of belonging. His life becomes dedicated to keeping his python happy, which causes problems when he tries to seduce what he considers to be that 'nymph of nature' a fellow female office co-worker of African ancestry. He just can't understand why she shares no compatriotic feelings for the python, also of African ancestry. He also doesn't understand why his attempts to improve things for his python (banned from living in an appartment) by his hysterically funny visit to the local police station don't succeed. Totally politically incorrect with regards to the mentally challenged, ethnic minorities, animal rights (pythons eat live mice), women or the French, this book nevertheless manages to make us feel some sympathy for the male protagonist who is really trying his best and is totally sincere in his quest for happiness. It's also a very funny book that grows on you like the warm embrace of a python...
weird but funny 12 Dec 2003
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is a weird book full of puns. Written from the viewpoint of a somewhat retarded low level French male office worker who in his loneliness adopts a 6-foot python whose warm encircling embrace gives him a sense of belonging. His life becomes dedicated to keeping his python happy, which causes problems when he tries to seduce what he considers to be that 'nymph of nature' a fellow female office co-worker of African ancestry. He just can't understand why she shares no compatriotic feelings for the python, also of African ancestry. He also doesn't understand why his attempts to improve things for his python (banned from living in an appartment) by his hysterically funny visit to the local police station don't succeed. Totally politically incorrect with regards to the mentally challenged, ethnic minorities, animal rights (pythons eat live mice), women or the French, this book nevertheless manages to make us feel some sympathy for the male protagonist who is really trying his best and is totally sincere in his quest for happiness. It's also a very funny book that grows on you like the warm embrace of a python...
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