Five Fascinating Facts about Just William

Any William fans here? People keep on misunderstanding ‘William’ to be the bard and not the schoolboy.
Seriously though, Just-William is the funniest series I’ve ever read.

Interesting Literature

An interesting history of the popular children’s books, Just William

In 1922, T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land was published, James Joyce celebrated the publication of his novel Ulysses and Virginia Woolf’s third novel Jacob’s Room appeared. But amongst all this highbrow modernist literature, there was also another literary phenomenon arriving on the scene. He was eleven-year-old English schoolboy William Brown, who would become known to millions of devoted readers as ‘Just William’.

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