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Mike at Wrykyn - P G Wodehouse (yet another boys' school)


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Jennings Goes to School - Anthony Buckeridge.


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Old St. Pauls - Harrison Ainsworth ( a bit of a stretch, but set in the City of London during the Plague of 1665 and the Great Fire of 1666)


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Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School- Charles Hamilton ( another boys' school)


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The Complete Stalky and Co. - Rudyard Kipling (another boys' school story)


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Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha Ha - Roddy Doyle - Paddy reminds me of the boys at my primary school


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Where Did It All Go Right? - Andrew Collins (another boyhood)


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The Horse and His Boy - C S Lewis


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About a Boy - Nick Hornby


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Trilby - Gerald du Maurier (another book with an eponymous heroine, as well as the family connection)


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Derby Day - D. J. Taylor (another hat if you're in America)

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