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From Spike Milligan — and Marge Simpson — with love, light, peace and great respect

More Letters of Note, compiled by Shaun Usher — and if you don’t find anything of interest in this enchanting new volume, you are not a proper human being

24 October 2015

9:00 AM

24 October 2015

9:00 AM

More Letters of Note: Correspondence Deserving of a Wider Audience Shaun Usher

Canongate Unbound, pp.384, £30, ISBN: 9781782114543

This book is a serious bit of kit. Its hard covers measure 28.9 by 21 centimetres, and it weighs 1.62 kilograms — 324,000 times the amount of valium, we learn on page 98, that Tom Clancy needed to appear on Good Morning America (‘Sorry to wimp out, but, shit, I was scared’).

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