As a journalist for the Sunday Telegraph and The Spectator, James Delingpole has expressed his thoughts - articulately and amusingly - on everything from politics to popular music, from school sports days to spliffs. If you've thought about it, he's written about it. In this A-Z collection of brief essays he turns his lively mind to modern society gone mad. And what he discovers is that the older you get, the more mad it seems. Can't understand what's wrong with much-loved feet and inches? Don't believe the global-warming hype? Wondering what ever happened to good, old-fashioned universities? Well, join James's club. Pouring scorn on the state of Britain after a decade of Blair and Brown, How to be Right couldn't have come along at a more appropriate time. Prepare to foam and splutter, and to be seriously entertained.
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If you think modern Britain has gone mad, then James Delingpole's How to be Right will confirm your view. Part polemic, part amusing opinion, but mostly hilarious rant, this is a journey into everything that's wrong with our politically correct society
James Delingpole is the author of three novels about food, sex, drugs and sharks and writes on TV, books, current affairs, music and life generally for publications including The Spectator, The Times and the Sunday Telegraph.
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Descrizione libro Headline Review, 2007. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110755315901
Descrizione libro Headline Review, 2007. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 755315901