There's nothing much left to feel good about these days if you're British, but one of the few things where we all agree that we're still a world leader is our defining sense of humour. Thematically covering every subject imaginable, from God to dogs, this collection will be the seminal gathering of our national wit and a picture of who we are as a nation - a monument to our monumental silliness. 'An Englishman, even if he is alone, forms an orderly queue of one.' This work includes George Mikes Jane Austen, Pam Ayres, Alan Bennett, Jeffrey Bernard, John Betjeman, Jo Brand, Craig Brown, Winston Churchill, Alan Clark, Jeremy Clarkson, Billy Connolly, Peter Cook, Tommy Cooper, Noel Coward, Quentin Crisp, Les Dawson, Stephen Fry, A.A. Gill, Stella Gibbons, W.S. Gilbert, Joyce Grenfell, Tony Hancock, Harry Hill, Jerome K. Jerome, Boris Johnson, Samuel Johnson, Maureen Lipman, Spike Milligan, Nancy Mitford, Frank Muir, Eric Morecambe, Joe Orton, David Renwick, Brian Sewell, William Shakespeare, George Bernard Shaw, Edith Sitwell, Frank Skinner, Arthur Smith, Sue Townsend, Peter Ustinov, Queen Victoria, Oscar Wilde, Kenneth Williams, P.G. Wodehouse, and Victoria Wood. 
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