Martin Amis

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Amis, Hitchens and Larkin: bad behaviour and a messy personal life were once a gift for authors. Not any more | Martha Gill
Flaws used to feed their sales but now writers are expected to be saints

Martha Gill

27, May, 2023 @5:31 PM

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Let’s use our spare rooms to help homeless refugees | Brief letters
Brief letters: Hosting asylum seekers | Liz Truss in Taiwan | Jim Ratcliffe’s wealth | Martin Amis

22, May, 2023 @4:32 PM

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William Boyd on his friend Martin Amis: ‘He was ferociously intelligent – and very funny’
He saw the world’s cruel absurdities through a comic lens, writes Boyd, who recalls his very first meeting with Amis – and explains why his unmistakable voice will never be forgotten

William Boyd

22, May, 2023 @7:00 AM

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‘Damn, that fool can write’: how Martin Amis made everyone up their game
He exploded into the tweedy world of literature, a young, pouting and outrageously brash crusader for prose. Our writer remembers her encounters with the novelist, whose smarts and chutzpah confounded his peers

Lisa Allardice

22, May, 2023 @5:00 AM

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‘Stylist extraordinaire’: worlds of literature and politics pay tribute to Martin Amis
Fellow writers including Salman Rushdie express their admiration for British novelist who has died aged 73

David Barnett and Kate Connolly

21, May, 2023 @6:42 PM

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‘Money is his best novel – it’s not even close’: the cream of Martin Amis’s writing
His essays captured entire countries. His reviews outlived the books they were about. And his novels were as compelling as they were comic. Here are five indispensable Amis titles

John Self

21, May, 2023 @4:24 PM

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Martin Amis obituary
Writer whose acrobatic wit defied gravity and solemnity and who epitomised literary fame in an age of glitz and hype

Boyd Tonkin

20, May, 2023 @10:04 PM

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Martin Amis: he stamped his style over a generation of writers and readers
Starting with 1984’s Money, the novelist’s run of exceptional 80s and 90s novels had an unforgettable swagger and clout

John Self

20, May, 2023 @7:01 PM

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Martin Amis, era-defining British novelist, dies aged 73
The celebrated author of Money and London Fields, whose works defined the 80s and 90s literary scene, died of oesophageal cancer on Friday at his home in Florida

Sarah Shaffi

20, May, 2023 @6:53 PM

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What links Harrison Ford to Martin Amis and Emily Blunt?
Follow Indiana Jones into 1923, and find your way to The English and The Power of the Dog

Larry Ryan

17, Dec, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Top 10 novels that interrupt time | Ross Raisin
Most stories adhere to linear plots, but a select few – by authors from Martin Amis to Muriel Spark and Toni Morrison – respin the cogs to unforgettable effect

Ross Raisin

07, Sep, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Martin Amis: ‘Style isn’t something you apply later’
The novelist on making Philip Larkin his fictional father, why writing has become a battle, and his new work about race in the US

Anthony Cummins

07, Aug, 2021 @5:00 PM

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