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Angus Wilson
(1913-1991) born on
Aug 11
English novelist. His fiction, serious and richly satirical, portrays conflicts in contemporary English social and intellectual life, e.g., "Mulberry Bush," 1955.
         
   
F
He would give them his every imitation from 'Eton and Oxford' to the flushing of the lavatory cistern, and so, perhaps, carry the evening through.

R
God knows how you Protestants can be expected to have any sense of direction,' she said. 'It's different with us. I haven't been to mass for years, I've got every mortal sin on my conscience, but I know when I'm doing wrong. I'm still a Catholic.
A
The opportunities for heroism are limited in this kind of world: the most people can do is sometimes not to be as weak as they've been at other times.
N
I have no concern for the common man except that he should not be so common.
K
She was more than ever proud of the position of the bungalow, so almost in the country.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: A Bit Off the Map."
R: The Wrong Set," 'Significant Experience'
A: Interview in Writers at Work (First Series, ed. by Malcolm Cowley, 1958).
N: No Laughing Matter."
K: A Bit Off the Map," 'A Flat Country Christmas'
   


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