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New in new dust jacket. SHIP DAILY from NJ; GIFT-ABLE as NEW FIRST UK edition, fresh, NEW w/DJ NEW AS SHOWN THIS COVER. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 240 p. Audience: General/trade. 9864 9864--'With the single exception of Homer, there is no eminent writer, not even Sir Walter Scott, whom I can despise so entirely as I despise Shakespeare. ' George Bernard Shaw From what Byron really thought of Keats to Salman Rushdie's savage put-down of John Le Carre, from Cocteau's damning view of Victor Hugo to Edith Sitwell's derogatory description of D.H. Lawrence, here, complied by the author of Why Not Catch 21? is an anthology of writers on writers, eloquently giving vent to their least charitable feelings in outbursts of petulance, denunciations, abuse, mockery, and more. What the reviewers said about Why Not Catch 21? . 'A deliciously witty and erudite collection which, as with a box of chocolate liqueurs, I had to discipline myself not to consume too quickly. Few writers have ever worn their learning as lightly as Gary Dexter. ' Gilbert Adair 'Fifty delicious little essays about, in some cases, very familiar books, which tell you things you didn't know before and occasionally draw odd and unexpected conclusions. If no one buys this delightful book for you, buy it for yourself. No literary lavatory will be complete without a copy. ' Spectator
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