Kingsley amis



Kingsley, 1922–95, English novelist.
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LUCKY JIM By kingsley amis kingsley amis’s first and best novel, and one of the founding books of the genre.
Must-Read College Novels: From “Lucky Jim” to “Pnin” Sam Munson August 12, 2012

The first faux-Fleming assignments went to writers such as kingsley amis (writing as “Robert Markham”) and John Gardner.
James Bond is Back But is He Any Good without Fleming? Robert McCrum October 4, 2013

Sam Munson salutes kingsley amis, Richard Russo, and other classic collegiate novels.
Must-Read College Novels: From “Lucky Jim” to “Pnin” Sam Munson August 12, 2012

Ferris was a fictional David Sedaris, a sober kingsley amis.
Then We Came to Book Two David Goodwillie January 27, 2010

noun
Sir Kingsley. 1922–95, British novelist and poet, noted for his novels Lucky Jim (1954), Jake’s Thing (1978), Stanley and the Women (1984), The Old Devils (1986), and The Folks that Live on the Hill (1990)
his son, Martin. born 1949, British novelist. His works include The Rachel Papers (1974), Money (1984), London Fields (1989), The Information (1994),Yellow Dog (2003), and Lionel Asbo: State of England (2012)

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