Following the bestselling 'Summer of a Dormouse', Sir John Mortimer - playwright, novelist, octogenarian and erstwhile QC - offers up more wickedly funny lessons in living and growing old disgracefully.
What would we like to leave to our descendants? Not a third-rate painting or our PEPS, according to Sir John, but a love of Shakespeare, a taste for alcohol, the ability to defeat boredom, the importance of never locking the lavatory door, and so on.
Owing something to Montaigne's essays, something to Wilde's aphorisms and something to Yeats' poem for his daughter, 'Where There's a Will' offers plenty of sparkling and surprising advice from one who has seen it all.
- Publication Date:
- 29 / 11 / 2004
- 129 x 198mm