A Bit Off the Map

A Bit Off the Map

And Other Stories

Book - 1954
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Written in the 1950s, the eight stories collected here are brilliantly of their time: the decade of rubber plants, espresso bars and skiffle, of Suez, Teddy Boys and Angry Young Men. With compassion and deadly accuracy, Angus Wilson charts the scandals and secrets of the respectable middle classes - Kennie, the Borstal Boy mascot of an intellectual clique; June Raven, an SW3 hostess who gets over-involved with one of her publisher-husband's authors; Lord Peacehaven, retired megalomaniac; Maurice Liebig, teenage pawn in a family feud; and the mad old man who finds the justice of God in a hen roost.
Publisher: London : Secker, 1954.
ISBN: 9780571248490
9780575003163
0575003162
0859974146
Branch Call Number: FICTION
Characteristics: 1 v.

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