Donald Cameron, a young Scotsman, is commissioned to write a book on the outsider's view of the English. He sets about his task with enthusiasm, encountering along the way an array of richly comical characters including civil servants, newspaper editors, minor poets, a glamourous movie star, politicians, and many more. This satire of English eccentricity has become a classic of 20th century literature.More
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A shame that it was not verbatim as it is crucial to the understanding of the whole.
No. It is fine in itself.
Too much detail was missed out in my view.
- Mr. A. R. Hulley