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A Taste of Honey (Student Editions) Paperback – August 12, 1982
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Any fans of Morrissey and The Smiths will find this work extremely interesting, as Moz has said in many interviews that at least 50% of his songs come from this work. Reading it, one can see exactly why Morrissey took such a liking to this play, it being a parallel (in many ways) to his own childhood landscape. As soon as I finished the last line of this play, I sighed, closed the book, opened it to the first page, and read it all over again. To sum up the profundity of this work I will use a quote that Morrissey used regarding Marr's guitar compositions: "you will cry for hours and hours and swim in the tears."
If you have a pre-occupation with our drab and dreary little island then I would hartly reccommend this play, as it is very true to what it sets out to be. However, if you're "lucky" enough to live in a warmer climate then maybe this play just won't be your cup of tea...
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I contacted him/her twice and recieved absolutely no response, DO NOT BUY FROM THEM if you don't wish to pay for something you'll never get. Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by J. Yamahiro
Throughout literary history, it has always been the most controversial or polemical works that stand out from the others, and take their place alongside other trailblazing novels. Read morePublished on May 27, 2001 by Caroline Stern
Having read and studied this book at school. i can say that i did not like this book. some aspects are totally unclear, for example Geof's dubiuos sexuality. Read morePublished on May 19, 2001
The problem I had with this book was that the characters were depressing. Helen, the mother seemed very unloving to her daughter Jo. The only thing that they really did was argue. Read morePublished on April 15, 2001 by Jon L.