The still more revealing sequel to Michael Davidson's "life story of a lover of boys" Michael Davidson's The World, the Flesh and Myself (GMP 1997) ... Show synopsis The still more revealing sequel to Michael Davidson's "life story of a lover of boys" Michael Davidson's The World, the Flesh and Myself (GMP 1997) was described by Arthur Koestler as the "twofold story of a courageous and lovable person's struggle to come to terms with his Grecian heresy and of a brilliant journalist's fight against colonial jingoism". There is still much to learn and much to marvel at in this autobiography" -- New York Native Michael Davidson's The World, The Flesh and Myself, republished by GMP this Spring, scandalized the respectable world with his opening sentence: "This is the life history of a lover of boys". Davidson followed the success of his first book with a still more revealing sequel. Some Boys is a fond memoir of the author's young friends across four decades and as many continents: from Marrakech to Saigon, Ischia to Lahore. Written with the discernment and observation of a brilliant journalist, these recollections combine erotic intenseness with an unerring personal empathy, and show throughout a keen and sensitive perception for the diversity of customs and culture.