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Kingsley Amis

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  • ^ Bookmark, BBC TV, 'Kingsley Amis:The Memoirs'.
  • ^ Leader (2006), p.108
  • ^ Leader, 2006, p. 452.
  • ^ Bradbury, Malcolm, 1989, p. 205; Ritchie 1988, p. 64.
  • ^ Jacobs, 1995, p.162
  • ^ Memoirs, "Cambridge"
  • ^ Bradford, Ch 10
  • ^ "Sir Kingsley Amis Dies; British Novelist and Poet", Washington Post, 23 October 1995
  • ^ Bradford, Ch 23
  • ^ Fussell, The Anti-Egotist
  • ^ [1]
  • ^ See Amis's Socialism and the Intellectuals, cited by Leader, 2006, p. 366.
  • ^ Leader, 2006, p. 366
  • ^ John Wakeman, World Authors 1950–1970: A Companion Volume to Twentieth Century Authors. New York : H.W. Wilson Company, 1975. ISBN 0824204190. (pp. 444–48).
  • ^ Madsen Pirie, Think Tank: The Story of the Adam Smith Institute, Biteback Publishing, 2012, p. 140
  • ^ Leader 2006, opp p565
  • ^ a b Memoirs: Booze
  • ^ Quoted in Bradford, Ch 5
  • ^ a b Clive James, "Kingsley without the women", Times Literary Supplement, 2 February 2007
  • ^ Jacobs, 1995, p. 17
  • ^ Jacobs, 1995, p. 6.
  • ^ Kingsley Amis, Everyday Drinking, Bloomsbury USA, NY, 2008, editor's introduction.
  • ^ Anthony Julius, Trials of the Diaspora, A History of Anti-Semitism in England, Oxford Univ. Press, 2010, pp. 357–358
  • ^ Julius, p. 358
  • ^ Hilary Amis was later wife of the classicist D.R. Shackleton Bailey (married 1967; divorced 1975) and of the late Lord Kilmarnock (married 1977; died 19 March 2009). She had one son James or Jaime, born out of wedlock, by her third husband (usually called her second husband by the media) who was therefore unable to inherit his father's peerage.
  • ^ a b Mira Stout. "Martin Amis: Down London's Mean Streets New York Times Book Review, 4 February 1990. Sunday, Late Edition – Final Section 6; Page 32, Column 1; Magazine Desk
  • ^ a b c d Sarah Sands. "My life with the unfaithful old devil Kingsley Amis" Daily Mail 6 October 2006
  • ^ Boyd Tonkin. "Martin Amis: The man who fell to earth" Independent 13 May 2000.
  • ^ Leader 2006, p. 778-779.
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