A pinch of dust
A few of the King's men
Son and lover
The Alexandria Trio
The way of some flesh.
O level reading list hit by cuts
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A pinch of dust
The Earl of Lear
If only it hadn't been dropped, it could have been reduced to 'To Lightly Stun A Mockingbird'.
A Tale of One City
The 38 Steps and new disabled access ramp
Schindlers rough notes
Of Mouse and Man
The Sum of a Few Fears
How to Kill a Mockingbird - a beginner's guide to hunting
The Sales Assistant of Venice
Far From the Mildly Irritating Crowd
Jamie Oliver's latest: To Grill a Mockingbird...
gentlemen, you are all stars
all the comments are far far funnier tha th eoriginal , hence i put it in chat
I applaud you all
someone can surely get a ticker out of this??
As You Don't Mind It
The Grapes of Whatever
Where Chickens Daren't
With a few more, it could make Left Alert.
"Handbags & Peace"
"R & J" (obscure Shakespeare reference)
"The Pickwick Pamphlet"
"Rap of Innocence & Experience"
"Journey to the Centre of Earith, Cambs"
Of course, it's already been slashed by cuts. I remember when we had to study Shakespeare's Ham and Dickens's Morbidly Obese Dorrit.
Oliver slightly bent
Brave Old World
A Pushbike named Desire
The Old Man and the Pond
Water with Rosie
Not forgetting Graham Greene:
Our Man In Hartlepool
Or for younger readers:
James and the slightly oversized peach.
Danny, the local winner.
The vaguely impressive Mr Fox.
The perfectly normal finger.
Tarka the warmer
The slightly peckish caterpillar
The Rolf Harris Code
None Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Oranges Are the Only Fruit
Winnie the fart
'Being mildly pleased with one's self and not really being bothered too much by other people'
Cat On A Luke Warm Roof
A Boxing Day Carol
Silence of the Kebabs
Buckfast With Rosie
Much Agado About Nothing
Lord Of The Press Studs
"The Black and White" - Alice Walker
"The Mongrel Puppy of the Joneses at Number 27" - Arthur Conan Doyle
"A Whitsun Hum" - Charles Dickens
"Bleak Outlook" - Charles Dickens
"Dave Castirongarden" - Charles Dickens
"The Toddler and the Paddling Pool" - Ernest Hemmingway
"Text to Dan" - Fergal Keane
"Four" - George Orwell
"To Maim a Sparrow" - Harper Lee
"A Police Community Support Officer E-Mails" - J B Priestley
"Dodgy Kink" - J B Priestley
"The Bit" - J.R.R Tolkien
"Smugness and Bigotry" - Jane Austen
"Of Woodlouse and Toddlers" - John Steinbeck
"The Pebble" - John Steinbeck
"The Raisins of Mildly Irked" - John Steinbeck
"Reversi" - Shakespeare
"Terry and June" - Shakespeare
I read the headline as 'O level reading list hit by cnuts'
do I get points for accuracy?
Nick Hornby - 'About An Embryo'
Salman Rushdie - The Moor's Penultimate Sigh'
Will Self - 'Medium-Sized Apes'
John Steinbeck - 'The Winter of our Slight Peeve'
John Fowles - 'The French Sergeant's Woman'
Thomas De Quincey - 'The Confessions of an English Fag Smoker'
Edgar Allan Poe - 'The Prods in the Belly in the Rue Morgue'
Stephanie Mayer - 'Early Afternoon'
Mark Twain - 'The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn'
Thomas Hardy - 'The Parish Councillor of Casterbridge'
Flann O'Brian - 'The Second Community Support Officer'
This is fun - no talent required (for me, anyway).
'Winnie the Fart' wins it for me so far.
I know it's not a 'classic' (thank goodness) and therefore not eligible, but I am tempted to offer The Da Vinci Anagram.
Fair to Middling Gatsby
The left fielder in the Rye
A Partial Selection of the President's Men
The Canterbury Tweets
"replica rolex $20" will become "leprica lorex $2"
The lion the witch.
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