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Peter Simple

Peter Simple is the pseudonym of Michael Wharton, who writes a comic column of the same name in the British Daily Telegraph newspaper. The column pokes fun at what it sees as modern, fashionable ideas. In the column, Dr Spacely-Trellis is the fictional bishop of Stretchford, a fictional conurbation locationed somewhere in the Midlands region of the United Kingdom.

Peter Simple is an 1834 book written by Frederick Marryat about a young British midshipman during the Napoleonic wars. It was originally released in a serialized form in 1833.