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Clochemerle is an allegorical novel, a farce first published in 1934. Set in secluded Clochemerle-en-Beaujolais, a French town, it satirises the conflicts between Catholics and Republicans during the Third Republic, telling the story of the installation of a urinal on a blind alley beside a church and a cemetery.

Clochemerle becomes divided into Urinophobes and Urinophiles.

Written by Tom Sharpe, with help from Geoffrey Chaucer ...more

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