May week was in June: (Unreliable memoirs continued)

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Cape, May 27, 1990 - Fiction - 249 pages
Third volume of memoirs by the well-known Australian-born writer and television personality. This recounts his time at Cambridge until his marriage. The two previous volumes, TUnreliable Memoirs' (1980) and TFalling Towards England' (1985), have been bestsellers and received critical praise for the quality of writing, wit and humour.

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If I might borrow from football punditry, this was definitely a book of two halves. The early chapters detailing Clive James's time as an undergraduate at Cambridge during the 1960s are very ... Read full review

Contents

Preface ii
11
Gentlemen Sport Your Oaks
15
The Dear Old College
28
Copyright

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