In Unreliable Memoirs we meet the young Clive James a dressed in shorts and growing up in post-war Sydney. With Falling Towards England, we find Clive living in a Swiss Cottage BaB, where he practises the Twist, anticipates poetical masterpieces heas yet to compose, and worries about his wardrobe. Finally, May Week Was In June sees Clive at Cambridge University, where he enthusiastically involves himself in college life (generally female lives) until May Week a not only in June but also a fortnight long a when he gets married. The rest, of course, is history . . . aYou had better not read the book on a train, unless you are unselfconscious about shrieking and snorting in public . . . Vivid, cumulative and full of surprisesa Observer aYou canat put it down . . . Not to be misseda Sunday TimesHELL BELOW ZERO Somehow the Oxford and Cambridge Ski Club got to Austria by train. The club had no officers ... He went with her. Delmer spent the whole of the first day buying all his gear instead of hiring it, which promised great things.
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