2 August 1984
Show More The Faber Book of Parodies edited by Simon Brett.
Faber, 383 pp., £8.95, May 1984, 0 571 13125 5Show More
Lilibet: An Account in Verse of the Early Years of the Queen until the Time of her Accession by Her Majesty.
Blond and Briggs, 95 pp., £6.95, May 1984, 0 85634 157 6Show More
“... Davies, Alan Coren and Clive James, Malcolm Bradbury and George Melly. The parodied A’s have it: Douglas Adams (hitchhiking through a galaxy of fading stars), Woody Allen, Kingsley Amis, Anon, JohnAubrey, Auden and Ayckbourn. An Auden parody is called ‘Self-Congratulatory Ode ...’, but it is the purr of mutual congratulation which is deafening. ‘Parody is frequently welcomed by its ...”