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Pam Ayres - The Works: The Classic Collection Hardcover – 4 Sep 2008
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Pam Ayres is a proper poet, whose wistful, funny, and perceptive verse captures both the joy and unfairness of life. (Sunday Times)
One of the fastest selling tickets at the Fringe, Pam Ayres' appeal seems undiminished. (Edinburgh Herald)
Pam Ayres is a poet for the people. Her verse portrays a wicked sense of humour, and deals with subjects not normally thought to be worthy of poetry. (Melbourne Herald Sun)
Pam Ayres, the bestselling poet, writes as rhapsodically about the Wonderbra as Wordsworth did about daffodils. (Guardian)
A charming, illustrated edition of Pam Ayres' classic collection of poemsSee all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
This book proved to be everything i wanted it to be. I have previously borrowed a Pam Ayres book from a friend and readlly enjoyed it so decided to buy one, the leter version, for myself. I found it both funny, hilarious in parts and touvhing at others and have browsed through very many times and will keep it forever. It is a really good read whether sitting on a sun-bed in the garden or whilst relaxing but especially good on those nights when you just can't sleep and you need something to cheer you up. This does the job perfectly. Enjoy!
I can't imagine anyone not getting enjoyment from this book, it proves that poetry doesn't have to be dull.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Every bit as good as expected. Read with much enjoyment and great to dip in and out of when feeling in need of a smile. Good value for money.Published 4 months ago by babs4u
For me, this is poetry! Images and themes I can relate to and make me reflect.Published 6 months ago by Sullatober Dalton