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An infinity of digressions is turned into a fine comic art form, and Sterne seems to invent postmodernism 200 years before anyone else gets there. Three Men in a Boat Jerome K Jerome (1889) Both a work of comic delight, following the titular three friends as they sail down the Thames, as well as an evocation of willow-trailed waters and grassgreen river banks.

The Diary of a Nobody George Grossmith and Weeden Grossmith (1888-1889) Charles Pooter – with his absurdly earnest chronicle of the vagaries of everyday life in Upper Holloway – long ago earned the accolade of the suffix ‘esque’; and this late Victorian masterpiece has never been out of print. It still touches those essential nerves: comedy concerning food, hypochondria and dogs, plus messing about in boats.

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Cold Comfort Farm Stella Gibbons (1932) That rare thing: a satire that seems to have lasted better than its targets, among them DH Lawrence, and the serious source material of the now all but forgotten novelist Mary Webb.

This earthy saga of Sussex rural life with Ada Doom, and the Starkadders including the lustful Seth, and the Church of the Quivering Brethren as experienced by the 19-year-old outsider Flora Poste continues to appeal to fresh generations.

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