By Sue Townsend
An unintentional star, with a spreading bald patch, despairing of present relations values, Mole remains to be being concerned: Is Viagra dishonest? Why won't BBC1 produce "The White Van", his serial killer comedy? Will the Millennium Wheel ever flip? Will Pandora Braithwaite MP turn into Blair's favorite babe? Will Pauline Mole throw warning to the winds with a pre-millennuim fling? Will George Mole regain his erectile functionality? and should Adrian himself locate the fulfilment he seeks as famous person offal chef, unmarried mum or dad, and celibate novelist?
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Extra resources for Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years (Adrian Mole, Book 5)
We had stopped outside the pub and after a while he asked whether I remembered the dismal establishment that had once stood on this spot. ‘The off-whitewash of gentrification,’ he said. ’ What he objected to was not the principle of improvement itself but the steady levelling, the standardising that these improvements seemed to entail. ’ He told me that over the summer he and Clara had spent several weeks walking in the north of England, completing a large section of the Pennine Way. Diane had to work, back in London; in any case, walking wasn’t something she enjoyed.
I was careful to acknowledge him, remembering what he had said, but he merely glanced at me blankly and looked away again. That was in early summer; it was now the beginning of autumn. It was the astrologer’s remarks about cruelty that had reminded me of that incident, which at the time had seemed to prove that whatever we might wish to believe about ourselves, we are only the result of how others have treated us. There was a link in the astrologer’s email to the planetary reading she had made for me.
We spoke very little about the old life, so that had started to seem unreal too. When we first came here, I told Gerard, we would sometimes walk around the local streets in the evenings, looking around us like tourists. At first my sons would surreptitiously hold my hands while we walked but then they stopped and kept their hands in their pockets instead. After a while the evening walks ceased because the boys said they had too much homework. They ate dinner quickly and then went back to their rooms.
Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years (Adrian Mole, Book 5) by Sue Townsend