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The Smelly Dog: Social Stereotypes from the "Telegraph" Magazine Hardcover – 5 Oct 2006
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With consummate skill the authors have once again skewered our national smugness (Nicky Haslam)
Opening a volume by Victoria Mather and Sue Macartney-Snape always fills me with delicious apprehension. I know that, in no time, I will be chuckling away at the absurdities of someone who is awfully like me (Julian Fellowes)
A dazzling combination (Jilly Cooper)
They have a mind-reader's gift for rooting around inside our heads, and serving up every last nuance and pretension as spot-on social comedy (Nicholas Coleridge)
'For as long as I can remember, Social Stereotypes has been essential reading on a Saturday morning' (General Sir Mike Jackson)
'Woof of approval for Smelly Dog' (Evening Standard)
'Always amusingly accurate ... a piquant array of character sketches' (The Oldie)
'Another splendid romp through a gloriously eccentric gallery of characters' (Good Book Guide)
The queens of social observation are back with another piquant array of character sketches
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