Resident Alien

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Nick Hern Books, 1999 - Drama - 32 pages
From his overcrowded and famously filthy East Village apartment, England's most famous ex-pat wit is waiting to tell you how to be happy.
As he awaits the arrival of the mysterious Mr Brown and Mr Black, the 91-year-old Professor of Style expounds his own unique vision of the world. He gives us his personal recipe for self-fulfilment as he dissects life, the twentieth century and subjects as diverse as Princess Diana, Oprah Winfrey and oral sex.

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User Review  - bennyb - LibraryThing

This book goes into the twilight years of that great witty and flamboyant English eccentric Quentin Crisp. An interesting read of a very unique individual. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Tim Fountain is currently Literary Manager of the Bush Theatre.

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