Fules gold by joanne harris

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Auto-da-fé / Free Spirit / Fule’s Gold by Joanne Harris

In Auto-da-fé, a mans car defines him. Until the Rep of the Year, in his smart blue BMW, goes head-to- head in a showdown with V-man in his smug black Volvo saloon. But who is the real loser in this game?

In Free Spirit, a wanderer, a party animal, goes wherever the wind blows, going home to bed with one person after another, old or young, healthy or corrupt, male or female. And then moves on, without regrets, without ever looking back...

In Fules Gold, Mr Fisher has taught at St Swithins for over forty years, but is resigned to the total lack of imagination of the boys in his creative writing class. Until the day he opens one exercise book and discovers the Holy Grail of literature: an essay of total freshness and originality. But is it just too good to have been written by a mere schoolboy?

Part of the Storycuts series, these three stories were previously published in the collection Jigs & Reels.
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This is an eclectic collection of tales for our times that shows a side to Joanne Harris you have never seen before. So go on, be tempted. As I told Claire the other day, there are lots of things you can eat without having to chew. Foie gras. Avocado vinaigrette. Strawberries and cream.

But who is the real loser in this game? In 'Free Spirit', a wanderer, a party animal, goes wherever the wind blows, going home to bed with one person after another, old or young, healthy or corrupt, male or female. And then moves on, without regrets, without ever looking back In 'Fule's Gold', Mr Fisher has taught at St Swithin's for over forty years, but is resigned to the total lack of imagination of the boys in his creative writing class. Until the day he opens one exercise book and discovers the Holy Grail of literature: an essay of total freshness and originality.

Harris shows food in a sinister, unsettling light. This story is sort of hilarious. FULE'S GOLD: I loved this story as well. Harris shows us the.
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Go on. Try it. How better to fill those fifteen minutes before bedtime, or the half-hour in the bath, or that ten-minute Tube journey? My own short stories differ in so many ways to my novels. For a start, I write in different circumstances — the majority of these tales started life on hotel notepaper or in one of my innumerable little notebooks — and it may be because of this that so many of them are so dark in tone. A novel takes a long time to plan, to settle; like a dish that has to simmer for hours for the flavours to come out.

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