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Collins Dictionary Of Allusions By Julia Cresswell

Collins Dictionary Of Allusions by Julia Cresswell

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Summary

This text explains allusions such as what's meant when Ann Widdecombe is described as "Verruca Salt", why Tony Benn called Harold Wilson the "Archie Rice" of politics, and where "Brave New World" came from.

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Collins Dictionary Of Allusions: From Trojan Horse to Soup Dragon by Julia Cresswell

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About Julia Cresswell

Julia Cresswell is an expert on First Names and the author of the best-selling 'Collins Gem Babies Names' and a forthcoming book on 'Scottish First Names'

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GOR004275548
9780004720548
0004720547
Collins Dictionary Of Allusions: From Trojan Horse to Soup Dragon by Julia Cresswell
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
1997-09-01
288
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