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The product of his parents' ferociously antagonistic genes François Théodore Thistlethwaite is a split-identity 'Frenglishman'. Any one of his three alter egos - François, the Marxist Frenchman, his ultra conservative English brother, Thistlethwaite, or Théodore, their philosophical middle voice of reason - can invest himself with possession of the whole to expound his views on the French and English 'physically separated by just a narrow stretch of shallow brine but mentally a vast ocean apart'. This collection of seriously humorous (and occasionally irreligious) essays is illustrated by a variety of amusing anecdotes drawn from the author's own observations and experiences during his 45 years of survival among the Gallics, and contains a host of reflections on the French and English - especially in their everyday lives - some of whch are controversial enough to shake the very foundations of the Entente Cordiale.

An indispensable guide to understanding many of those differences which separate the English and French.

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