Now We Are Sixty

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Hodder & Stoughton, 2013年10月10日 - 112 頁
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When Christopher Matthew was six, the poems of Milne always reassured him that other children were as naughty as he was, so on reaching sixty he decided that he should adapt Now We Are Six, for an older audience.

Now We Are Sixty is often hilarious, sometimes rueful and always thought-provoking. Some verses are about realising we are not as young as we thought, while some are about the more disconcerting problems of modern life; mobile telephones on trains, anti-social behaviour, traffic jams and the internet.

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用戶評語  - LynleyS - LibraryThing

I'm neither English nor anywhere near sixty so I probably failed to get some of the jokes - there were no belly laughs for me, nor sniggers, but I appreciate the skill it takes to emulate a well known ... 閱讀評論全文

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用戶評語  - MerryMary - LibraryThing

An excellent parody of the Milne poems with sharp observations on growing older. I was brought up on the originals, and the rhythm, the humor, and the illustrations are absolutely spot on. There is, of course, a strong British flavor to the situations and the problems, but aging is universal. 閱讀評論全文

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Apart from Now We Are Sixty, Christopher Matthew, is best known for his Diary of a Somebody and its accident-prone hero Simon Crisp, whom Sheridan Morley called 'one of the greatest comic characters of our time'. He has been a columnist for most of the major newspapers, currently writes on books and TV for the Daily Mail, and is well known as a broadcaster. He lives in London and Suffolk.

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