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by Frank Muir
Author: Frank Muir
Publisher: Stein and Day; First Edition edition (1983)
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Traces the history of baths and bathing, looks at how the concept of cleanliness has changed, and describes social customs .
Traces the history of baths and bathing, looks at how the concept of cleanliness has changed, and describes social customs related to personal hygiene. Similar authors to follow.
Frank Herbert Muir was an English comedy screenwriter and radio and television personality. From 1977 on he also wrote children's books based on his family dog, What-a-Mess. In 1997 he published his autobiography.
An Irreverent and Thoroughly Incomplete Social History of Almost Everything (Scarborough Book). The complete and utter 'My word!' collection: stories from the panel game devised by Edward J. Mason and Tony Shryrane. Denis Norden, Frank Muir.
In 1976 Muir wrote The Frank Muir Book: An irreverent companion to social history, which is a collection of anecdotes and quotations collected under . An Irreverent and Almost Complete Social History of the Bathroom.
In 1976 Muir wrote The Frank Muir Book: An irreverent companion to social history, which is a collection of anecdotes and quotations collected under various subjects including "Music", "Education", "Literature", "Theatre", "Art" and "Food and Drink". In the United States, this book is titled "An Irreverent Social History of Almost Everything. ) For example, "Show me the man who has enjoyed his schooldays and I will show you a bully and a bore" Robert Morley.
Almost Everything, when you think about it, clearly boils down to Music, Education, Literature, Theatre, Art, and Food and Drink. Muir, a British TV personality and comic scriptwriter, has constructed a Social History of these six eternal verities out of the most disgruntled things that anyone who was anyone (and a great many who weren't) has ever had to say about them. An irreverent and thoroughly incomplete social history of almost everything.
In An Irreverent and Almost Complete Social History of the Bathroom, author Frank Muir astutely labels the development of toilet paper as an excellent example of a go-ahead company creating public demand for a product for which there was no need. Story continues below advertisement. Many cultures have realized that the simplest answer – in this case, water – is usually the best one. In Islam, water must always be used after going to the bathroom; this is usually done with a pot known as a lota. In bathrooms across India, water and a bucket are often the only provided cleaning tools.
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Find nearly any book by Frank Muir. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. A Kentish Lad: The Autobiography of Frank Muir (Windsor Selections). ISBN 9780754011828 (978-0-7540-1182-8) Hardcover, Chivers Press Ltd, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'A Kentish Lad: The Autobiography of Frank Muir (Windsor Selections)'.
For more data on this fascinating topic, see An Irreverent and Almost Complete Social History of the Bathroom (1983), by Frank Muir. Back in the day before bathroom tissue was invented they used leafs. 1 decade ago. Before, they washed with water and clean with tissue.