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Paying a royal visit and the Institute’s madcap bunch of researchers decide to program the computers to receive her what could possibly go wrongWinner of the Somerset Maugham Award The Tin Men 1965 is the brilliantly comic first novel from Michael Frayn author of the Booker Prize nominated Headlong Spies and Skios and Noises Off ‘the funniest farce ever written’ NY Times This 50th anniversar Now available in the USPaperback USeBook US Undeniably Fated of researchers decide to program the computers to receive her what could possibly go wrongWinner The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of the Somerset Maugham Award The Tin Men 1965 is the brilliantly comic first novel from Michael Frayn author Black Blue of the Booker Prize nominated Headlong Spies and Skios and Noises Off ‘the funniest farce ever written’ NY Times This 50th anniversar Now available in the USPaperback USeBook US

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Y reissue features a new introduction by the authorWHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING‘Continuously funny The fun of The Tin Men is outrageous because it is so serious’ – Anthony Burgess Guardian‘A fast swooping performance by one of our very serious satirists This is a very funny book and delightful to read’ – William Trevor The Listener‘Dazzlingly funny perfect pieces of comedy’ – Observer Originally published on my blog here in January 2000Michael Frayn s first novel is like the comic novels of JB Priestley especially Sir Michael

  • Paperback
  • 160
  • The Tin Men
  • Michael Frayn
  • English
  • 03 February 2019
  • 9780006541028

About the Author: Michael Frayn

Michael Frayn is an English playwright and novelist He is best known as the author of the farce Noises Off and the dramas Copenhagen and Democracy His novels such as Towards the End of the Morning Headlong and Spies have also been critical and commercial successes making him one of the handful of writers in the English language to succeed in both drama and prose fiction His works often rais



10 thoughts on “The Tin Men

  1. says:

    The Tin Men was written in the sixties – the prime of the absurdist literature and an eve of the computer era and an on

  2. says:

    If you like the British humor such as Fawlty Towers or Ricky Gervais in the Office you will thoroughly enjoy this book “ was a responsive subject for lobbying No lobbyist had ever come to him in vain” “He had an open mind It was open at the front and it was open at the back” “The corners of his mouth struggled nobly up into a smile like two wounded war heroes getting to their feet for the National

  3. says:

    I'm not uite sure why I picked this off the shelf in the library but am so glad I did It is the one of the best and most deadpan satires I've ever come across The plot centres on an academic department that has a new building that will be opened by the ueen This impending opening unleashes chaos absurdity and

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    Now available in the USPaperback USeBook US

  5. says:

    Funny workplace satire set in a company investigating uses for computers in the 1960s This is not Sci Fi but there are some rudimentary SF eleme

  6. says:

    This was a fun read and with good reason a farce of the highest order Inside this slim tome is some excellent scenesIf I were asked to put my advice to a young in one word do you know what that word would be No Si

  7. says:

    This made The Leakey Establishment look densely plotted Amusing at times but overall a chore to get through Thankfully it's reasonably short

  8. says:

    Originally published on my blog here in January 2000Michael Frayn's first novel is like the comic novels of JB Priestley especially Sir Michael and Sir George rather than those of Evelyn Waugh with whom the uoted reviews on the cover

  9. says:

    I had read Michael Frayn's The Trick of It and absolutely enjoyed his style of writing and satiric humor I thought looking at this book's reviews and synopsis that I would love this one for sure Unfortunately I did not and I could not

  10. says:

    Long ago I saw the young Alan Rusbridger on What The Papers Say uoting the passage in chapter 13 that states the differing levels of interest that western media have for catastrophes involving foreigners Depress

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