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Frank Hopkinson

The Joy of Sheds

The Joy of Sheds is a shed miscellany that chronicles mans need for a small space on his own. Its a humorous look at every aspect of the shed experience, mixed with shed facts and some practical information too. Many famous people have created in sheds. Inventor Trevor Baylis thought up the clockwork radio in a shed, George Bernard Shaw wrote Pygmalian in one and Dylan Thomas would compose poetry in his. The average UK male does not tend to devote his shed to poetry, though
198 printed pages
Original publication
2013

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