1968 Luck Jim's Politics
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A follow up to his 1967 article in The Sunday Telegraph entitled 'Why Lucky Jim turned right:confessions of an ex-radical'. The work is based on a lecture delivered at the 1967 Conservative Party Conference National Summer School held at Christ Church, Oxford and discusses modern day politics as a contemporary 'Lucky Jim' might do. Kingsley Amis was an English novelist, poet, critic and teacher. Amis's first novel Lucky Jim was an immediate success and marked the beginning of a long career in writing. He wrote more than 40 books, including 20 novels and many volumes of poetry. In 2008, The Times ranked Amis 13th on their list of the top fifty greatest British writers since 1945.
In the original paper wraps. Externally in excellent condition with just some slight wear to the extremities. Internally firmly bound. Pages bright and clean.
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