Cultural Amnesia - Clive James

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Clive James - Cultural Amnesia ebook

Finally in paperback after six hardcover printings, this international bestseller is an encyclopedic A-Z masterpiece-the perfect introduction to the very core of Western humanism. Clive James rescues, or occasionally destroys, the careers of many of the g



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