By Gideon Defoe
London, 1840: Wagner's most up-to-date opera performs to packed homes whereas disgruntled staff assemble in crowded pubs to devour ice cream and plan the downfall of the bourgeoisie. in the meantime, the Pirate Captain reveals himself incarcerated at Scotland backyard, in a case of fallacious identity.
Discovering that his doppelgänger is none except Karl Marx, the Captain and his group are unwittingly stuck up in a sinister plot that comprises highbrow giants, huge, immense beards, and a quest to find no matter if ham may perhaps particularly be the opium of the people.
Includes, at no extra cost, The Wit and knowledge of the Pirate Captain—a significant Philosophical Work.
On the problem of Love:
If you are off to struggle in a conflict, snap a ship's biscuit in part and provides your female friend the opposite part. in the event you meet back, they'll match—like halves of a unmarried soul! confidently, this may cease her slumbering with different men.
On existence in General:
Life is sort of a gigantic shanty. every little thing could be effective as long as every body sings in concord. but when a person performs a duff observe at the accordion or attempts to break-dance at a delicate bit, then there'll be every type of hassle, mark my phrases.