Revised and updated for the 1990s, a humorous look at the art of Coarse Rugby which offers advice on issues such as how best to take advantage of a blind, short-sighted or deaf referee, how to sabotage an opponent's game through psychological warfare and how to avoid paying for the beer after the match.
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Michael Green's books can be considered contemporary classics - his devastating advice on a wide range of activities from acting to Rugby Union has established The Art of Course as part of the language. The series has sold over a million copies around the world, been translated into several languages, and adapted for the stage and television. John Jenson was born in Australia, the son of an artist. He has been the regular political cartoonist for the Sunday Telegraph, and frequently contributed to Punch.Review:
"'Not many people have been funny about sport but Michael Green does it superbly.'-Sunday Times"
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Book Description Hutchinson, London, 1975. Hard Cover. 8vo, First Edition. Book Condition: Near Very Good. Owners name endpaper. Light foxing. Boards and interior very clean and tight. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Sunning spine. Light edgewear. Bookseller Inventory # 0235249