First published in 1962. He married a doctor and they had four children, two of whom became house surgeons. He now lives in London.
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Dr Grimsdyke was only too pleased to discover that he was sitting next to the luscious Lucy Squiffington on his flight home. Several hours in her company was bound to go well – in fact it went rather too well seeing as how the long-suffering Anemone was waiting for him back home. A fact Grimsdyke seemed to have completely forgotten. And as if juggling two women wasn’t enough, the Jellybone sisters then enter the scene with a troupe of female contortionists neatly in tow – hardly likely to help straighten things out for poor Grimsdyke.
Richard Gordon (born Gordon Stanley Benton, 15 September 1921 – 11 August 2017 and also known Gordon Stanley Ostlere), was an English surgeon and anaesthetist. As Richard Gordon, Ostlere wrote numerous novels, screenplays for film and television and. He was best known for a long series of comic novels on a medical theme beginning with Doctor in the House, and the subsequent film, television, radio and stage adaptations
Doctor in the swim book. Richard Gordon also contributed to Punch magazine and has published books on medicine, gardening, fishing and cricket.
Doctor in the swim book. The film adaptation of Doctor in the House was released in 1954, two years after the book, while Doctor at Sea came out the following year with Brigitte Bardot. Dirk Bogarde starred as Dr. Simon Sparrow in both. The later spin-off TV series were often written by other well-known British comic performers. Other books in the series. Doctor in the House (1 - 10 of 20 books).
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And Dame Hilda’s absolutely delighted, to. Glad to be spreading so much happiness this beastly foggy weather,’ I sneezed modestly. Glad to be spreading so much happiness this beastly foggy weather,’ I sneezed modestly ocial worker will have an invaluable effect on you. I only hope and pray, Gaston – as your cousin you must occasionally allow me a certain frankness–’ ‘Always very refreshing, I assure yo. I pray Anemone will bring you to your senses and restore you to the proper paths of medicine. Instead of frittering away your life ever since publishing that frivolous novel of yours
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Читать онлайн DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE. First published in 1952. My name's Grimsdyke, by the way,' he explained. The landlord shook hands heartily. When I saw the book my heart sank under its weight. I flicked over the two thousand foolscap pages of detailed anatomical description split up by beautiful bold drawings of yellow nerves, bright red arteries, and blue veins twining their way between dissected brown muscles that opened like the petals of an unfolding flower.
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Dr Grimsdyke was only too pleased to discover that he was sitting next to the luscious Lucy Squiffington on his flight home. In Doctor on the Boil, Richard Gordon's prescription in as effervescent and hilariously stimulating as ever. The work-shy Dr Grimsdyke is still at St Swithan's – the same as ever despite the world having moved on around him. Nurses are hitching up their skirts in the name of fashion and the dean is almost certain he is to be knighted.
Author: Richard Gordon
Publisher: House of Stratus (November 28, 2008)
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