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Shakespeare - can't put it down history of Shakespeare in the context of Elizabethan England by the extremel entertaining Bill Bryson

Currently reading The Mother Tongue by Bill Bryson...it's packed with incredible insight into the history and the formation of the English language, written in an interesting and witty style!

Mother Tongue: English and How It Got That Way / Edition 1

Collection of newspaper columns reflecting on life in America after 20 year absence for British audience. Witty and some good insights. Not as good as "Walk in the Woods" but enjoyable snippets to pick up and put down .

American living in Britain who returns to America and writes about life back in his native country.

Just discovered Bill Bryson, about 20 years later than everyone else! Brilliant

Just discovered Bill Bryson, about 20 years later than everyone else!

A short history of nearly everything.   Bill Bryson

A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson

Another BIll Bryson gem - A Short History of Nearly Everything. It's pretty much the history of science, which makes it one of the geekiest books ever, and yet, because it was written by Bill Bryson, it's fun and awesome.

At Home - Bill Bryson

At Home: a History of Private Life by Bill Bryson: review

Made in America: An Informal History of the English Language in the United States by Bill Bryson

Made in America: An Informal History of the English Language in the United States Bill Bryson

Neither Here Nor There | [Bill Bryson]

Neither Here Nor There | [Bill Bryson]

What are your top 10 non-fiction travel books? "Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe" - Bill Bryson (1991) (Chapter One Bookstore in Ketchum, Idaho)

The Concierge Questionnaire Presents UR Here Travel ~ Chapter One Bookstore-QAmbassador

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