4 edition of Towards the end of the morning found in the catalog.
Towards the end of the morning
Originally published: London: Collins, 1967.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
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Towards the End of the Morning is a wonderfully amusing tale of an unnamed British newspaper during the heyday of Fleet Street. Tasked with completing mundane tasks such as compiling the "nature notes" column and daily crossword, the small office crew - led by main protagonist John Dyson - spend their days dreaming of better things, wondering where it all went so wrong/5.
Sep 12, · “Towards the End of the Morning” (retitled to “Against Entropy” in the U.S., for some reason) was among his earliest ventures out of newsprint. It’s clearly a learning effort, as full of dull patches as of wondrous comic set-pieces, precursors of the classic “Noises Off.”Cited by: 4.
Regarded by many as the best novel ever written about journalists, the brilliantly funny Towards the End of the Morning () is celebrated as a classic in Great Britain but has long been unavailable in America. This new edition features an introduction by the author.4/5(12).
Towards The End Of The Morning is a satirical novel by Michael Frayn about journalists working on a British newspaper during the heyday of Fleet Street. Its protagonists work to compile the miscellaneous, unimportant parts of the newspaper – the "nature notes" column, the religious "thought for the day", the crossword and so freelancerscomic.com: Michael Frayn.
Regarded by many as the best novel ever written about journalists, the brilliantly funny Towards the End of the Morning () is celebrated as a classic in Great Britain but has long been unavailable in America.
This new edition features an introduction by the author. May 19, · Towards the End of the Morning by Michael Frayn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
Apr 17, · Towards the end of the Morning was written inbut it holds up well as a modern classic. And Frayn’s use of dialogue is spot on.
And Frayn’s use of dialogue is spot on. He captures the art of conversation very well, often with more than three or four people speaking at once, very tricky if you’ve ever tried to do it yourself.
Dec 02, · Frayn's Towards the End of the Morning, first published inused to have the status of a cult book among the hacks (as we all agree to call ourselves).
Oct 10, · Towards End of the Morning is a comic novel set in a newspaper office in the s - a cross between The Observer and The Guardian. Much of the story is very funny - the pre-TV programme meal could have been straight out of Monty Python - but there are also some dark undertones of ambition, job security and jealousy/5(66).
The Book of Ruth provides a contrast to the last two narratives in the Book of Judges. The impression one gains from the end of Judges is that of a nation in chaos, with no moral compass or sense of right and wrong.
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John Horder on. Michael Frayn's Towards the End of the Morning (Faber, £). This is a heartfelt and humorous novel about what was once Fleet Street, "a (pre-computerised) world that has now vanished as completely as the Fleet Ditch that gave the Street its name ''.'The appearance of anything new in this run-down world seemed as unlikely as the birth of a baby in an old-folk's home".
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