Walking Possession: Essays and Reviews, 1968-1993

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"Of all the critics of his generation, none command a prose so supple, pointed, acidly laconic".--Clive James. In this rich and wide-ranging collection of Ian Hamilton's criticial writing are to be found incisive pieces on the lives of Sylvia Plath, Evelyn and Auberon Waugh, and Kingsley Amis, alongside assessments of famous poets and rigorous scrutiny of journalism, magazines, soccer, sex and key 20th century novels.

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