The Wilt Inheritance. 1. ‘Days of wine and roses,’ said Wilt to himself
The Wilt Inheritance. ‘Days of wine and roses,’ said Wilt to himself. It was an inconsequential remark but sitting on the Finance and General Purposes Committee at the Tech needed some relief and for the fifth year running Dr Mayfield had risen to his feet and announced, ‘We must put the Fenland College of Arts and Technology on the ma. ‘I should have thought it was there already,’ said Dr Board, resorting as usual to the literal to preserve his sanity.
Wilt is a comedic novel by Tom Sharpe, first published by Secker and Warburg in 1976. Its success led to the author writing several sequels. Henry Wilt is a demoralized and professionally under-rated assistant lecturer who teaches literature to uninterested construction apprentices at a community college in the south of England.
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Some guy who teaches English or something evenings. Name of Wilt,’ said the Duty Lieutenant. I’ll be right over,’ said Glaushof. He put the phone down and went through to his wife. t wait up, honey,’ he said, ‘I’ve got a problem. Me too,’ said Mrs Glaushof, and settled back to watch Dallas on BBC. It was kind of reassuring to know Texas was still there and it wasn’t damp and raining all the time and goddam cold like Baconheath, and people still thought big and did big things. So she shouldn’t have married an Airbase Security Officer with a thing going for.
Tom Sharpe was an English satirical author, born in London and educated at Lancing College and at Pembroke College, Cambridge. Wilt on High is the third outing for Henry Wilt, bilious lecturer and Head of Liberal Studies at the Fenland College of Arts and Technology. Same struggles, same problem. ut the even tenor of his days is rudely interrupted when the shadow of drug dealing flickers across the Tech. A student dies of a heroin overdose at the college, prompting panic among the various time-serving lecturers and officials.
Wilt (novel) - Wilt is a comedic novel by the author Tom Sharpe, first published by Secker and Warburg in 1976. Wilt Chamberlain - (1936–1999) a famous US ↑basketball player. His popular name was ‘Wilt the Stilt’ because he was very tall and thin.
Author: Tom Sharpe
Publisher: Vintage; 1st edition (November 12, 1986)
Pages: 254 pages
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