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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.
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.

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.
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.
I have no concern for the common man except that he should not be so common.
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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