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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>
A master of the surreal
Craig Brown
The Dean Swift of his day
AN Wilson
An ideological trailblazer
Boris Johnson
The greatest journalist of his generation
Geoffrey Wheatcroft
Wickedly funny, but sometimes just wicked
Lynn Barber
A most unpleasant man
Tony Benn