296 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in As new condition throughout. From Eating Oysters To Making Conversation, From Bemoaning The Lost Art Of Speech-making To Celebrating Our National Holidays, Moorhouse-as The Inspector-General-applies His Fastidious Eye To The Habits And Ways Of Our Society, And Advises On All Manner Of Things.
Praise for this book
"Australia's funniest writer." - Clive James
Used availability for Frank Moorhouse's The Inspector-general of Misconception
1756 : UK Paperback