Read by James Taylor & Richard Mitchley (Unabridged: 2hrs 4mins)
The British, it is often said, have a stiff upper lip and a dry sense of humour. Its true, we usually do and in the case of this perfect compendium of short stories we absolutely do.
Listen to our Scottish raconteur JM Barrie and English wits, Jerome K Jerome and Edward Lear for perfect proof of that. But humour is many things and from many places so we also feature Mark Twain, our very talented American friend to complete this rather witty and clever volume of short stories.
|1 - Humour, A Short Story Collection
|2 - The Inconsiderate Waiter By JM Barrie
|3 - How To Tell A Story by Mark Twain
|4 - The Absent Minded Man by Jerome K Jerome
|5 - Concerning The American Language By Mark Twain
|6 - The Lake Pipple Popple by Edward Lear
|7 - The Minor Poets Story by Jerome J Jerome