And When Did You Last See Your Father?

by Blake Morrison | Biographies & Memoirs |
ISBN: 1862070938 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Molyneux of Oxford, Oxfordshire United Kingdom on 4/6/2005
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Journal Entry 1 by Molyneux from Oxford, Oxfordshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, April 6, 2005
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This is Blake Morrison's memoir of his father, Dr Arthur Morrison. It shows a son asking who his father really was. Was he the man seen through a seven-year-old's eyes, jumping queues, or the sexual charmer seen by a 17-year-old? Or was he the figure, so hard to recognize, on his death-bed?

Journal Entry 2 by Molyneux at on Thursday, April 21, 2005

Released 17 yrs ago (4/23/2005 UTC) at

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Taking to the Cherry Tree meet on Saturday to pass onto other BCers.

Journal Entry 3 by WildReleaser from Basingstoke, Hampshire United Kingdom on Saturday, June 25, 2005
Found in a box of books in our spare bedroom - it must have been brought back from the Cherry Tree and then missed when I was doing all the journal entries! Sorry if you wondered where it had gone!

Journal Entry 4 by WildReleaser from Basingstoke, Hampshire United Kingdom on Thursday, December 29, 2005
An intriguing book about a father as seen through his son's eyes. Informative, interesting and engaging, I enjoyed this book, even if I did read it a bit at a time over a couple of months.

Worth a read, I reckon :o)

I'll release it somewhere, or I might take it to a meet.

Journal Entry 5 by WildReleaser at St George and the Dragon in Upton, Oxfordshire United Kingdom on Friday, January 13, 2006

Released 16 yrs ago (1/14/2006 UTC) at St George and the Dragon in Upton, Oxfordshire United Kingdom

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I'm taking this book to the meet up tomorrow lunchtime. If you want to read it, come along and take a look!

Journal Entry 6 by ozone-nut from Yelverton, Devon United Kingdom on Monday, January 16, 2006
Picked this up at the Oxfordshire meet up on Saturday, mainly because of the Nick Hornby write up on the front, and also because it's quite short and I don't feel like getting into any long novels right now.

Journal Entry 7 by ozone-nut from Yelverton, Devon United Kingdom on Thursday, March 9, 2006
Not at all what I expected. I guess when I first saw the Nick Hornby quote I thought this would be a funny book. They when I looked a bit more closely I thought it would be a terribly sad book. In fact it was a little bit funny and a little bit sad, but not the emotional roller coaster I would have expected given the subject matter. Either the author managed to remain remarkably detached or I just didn't understand him. An interesting and thought provoking book none the less. I shall release it this weekend somewhere in the New Forest.

Journal Entry 8 by ozone-nut at Guildhall in Winchester, Hampshire United Kingdom on Sunday, March 12, 2006

Released 16 yrs ago (3/10/2006 UTC) at Guildhall in Winchester, Hampshire United Kingdom

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released on my birthday in a phone box outside the Guildhall shortly before a hail storm.

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