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Kiss Me, Chudleigh

Kiss Me, Chudleigh

Auberon Waugh was a philosopher – savage, eccentric, but a philosopher nonetheless. More than any writer of his era, Auberon Waugh had a genius for dividing his readers, into the delighted and the infuriated, and he retains the ability to start a squabble
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Genre: Literature & Literary Studies / Anthologies (non-poetry)

On Sale: 14th October 2010

Price: £10

ISBN-13: 9781444711516

Reviews

Auberon Waugh ... was the most controversial, the most abusive, perhaps the most brilliant journalist of his age - an acerbic wit, a traveller, a farceur, an epicure; above all, a hater of humbug in all its forms and of politicians in most of theirs.
<i>The Telegraph<i>
An ideological trailblazer
Boris Johnson
The greatest journalist of his generation
Geoffrey Wheatcroft
A master of the surreal
Craig Brown
Wickedly funny, but sometimes just wicked
Lynn Barber
A most unpleasant man
Tony Benn
The Dean Swift of his day
AN Wilson