Elegant, provocative and hugely entertaining, Kingsley Amis's memoirs are filled with anecdotes, experiences and portraits of famous friends, family, acquaintances (and a few eminent foes). From his childhood days to Oxford and army life, his travels abroad and his years as a successful novelist, Memoirs offers extraordinary insights into a unique literary life.
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As I struggled to be subjective and fair to Kingsley, whom I much admired in my younger days, I read a review posted by another reader who encapsulated exactly what I wanted to say myself. Without a ... Read full review