Dr. Richard Gordon had no desire to leave the idyllic orchards and
hop fields of Kent. For him, the postcode BR1 2AX has the ring of
the Gulag Archipelago and is to be avoided at all costs. However,
after a decade living in suburbia he has come to love it--the way
Gauguin loved Tahiti. "Good Neighbours" is a hilarious account of
the habits and customs of the residents of Britain's many suburbs.
Using his famed wry wit, Gordon comically exposes the fundamental
structures and motivations of suburban society. Essential reading
for anyone constantly baffled by those infuriating neighbors down
House of Stratus Ltd
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