“A Doggy Day in London Town” is also a record of the life and times of a great city – as experienced by an ever-changing catalogue of its citizens and visitors, people from many walks of life and nationalities" -
London (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
Has any dog ever received this much dedicated attention? “A Doggy Day in London Town” (published by AuthorHouse), the fourth volume in Anthony Linick’s Dog People of Paddington Rec cycle, answers this question. Nine years ago Linick began keeping a daily journal based on the activities of his pet and those of the friends he met each morning in a nearby London park. A truthful narrative that continues the tale of Fritz the Schnauzer, “A Doggy Day” includes all the joys and the tragedies of modern life.
“A Doggy Day in London Town” is also a record of the life and times of a great city – as experienced by an ever-changing catalogue of its citizens and visitors, people from many walks of life and nationalities who are nevertheless united in their love of the canine species. If we return to Samuel Pepys for a daily account of London life in the late 17th century it is no wonder that we can now do the same thing in the early part of the 21st century with this series by Anthony Linick – “the Pepys of Pups.”
“A Doggy Day in London Town: Life among the Dog People of Paddington Rec, Vol. IV”
By Anthony Linick
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 368 pages | ISBN 9781477226063 |
E-Book | 368 pages | ISBN 9781477226070 |
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Anthony Linick is a former editor of the avant-garde literary magazine Nomad and a professor of humanities at Michigan State University. He retired as head of the English department of the American School in London in 2002. His publications include a number of articles on the subject of popular culture, three other volumes in the Paddington Rec cycle, a biography of the American composer Ingolf Dahl, and an introduction to the sport of long-distance walking, “A Walker’s Alphabet: adventures on the long-distance footpaths of Great Britain” – his record of over 400 days of walking on British footpaths. More information about Linick and his books can be found his soon to be available website. “A Doggy Day in London Town” will also be exhibited in the New Title Showcase of the London Book Fair 2013 – on April 15-17 at Earl’s Court, London.
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