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  1. Seventy-Two Virgins: A Comedy of Errors is a 2004 novel by politician, journalist and later Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson. [1] At the time, Johnson was MP for Henley , shadow arts minister, and editor of The Spectator .

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  2. 17 lug 2019 · Boris Johnson. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/AFP/Getty Images Fiction This article is more than 4 years old What does Boris Johnson’s terrible novel Seventy-Two Virgins tell us about him? It’s...

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    He is forgiven with the first flow of blood (he suffers), he is shown his place in Paradise, he is protected from punishment in the grave, secured from the greatest terror, the crown of dignity is placed upon his head—and its gems are better than the world and what is in it—he is married to seventy-two wives among the wide-eyed houris (Ar. اثْنَتَيْنِ وَسَبْعِينَ ...

  4. 1 gen 2004 · Seventy-Two Virgins boris-johnson 3.09 362 ratings64 reviews A comic political novel, with similar appeal to Stephen Fry or Ben Elton. It is Boris Johnson’s first novel and was widely acclaimed on publication. Genres Fiction Humor Novels Terrorism Politics 21st Century British Literature 326 pages, Paperback First published January 1, 2004

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  5. 1 mag 2005 · Boris Johnson's first novel, Seventy-Two Virgins is a no-holds-barred political satire, a comic romp peopled with a gallery of grotesques which lampoons both the absurdities and the extremes of modern society. The American President, on a State Visit to Britain is giving a major address to a top-level audience in Westminster Hall.

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