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Kingsley Amis
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    (April 22, 1922-October 23, 1995)
    Wrote 'Lucky Jim (1954),' 'I Like It Here (1958),' 'One Fat Englishman (1963),' 'Colonel Sun' (published under the pseudonym 'Robert Markham,' 1968), 'The Green Man (1969),' 'Jake's Thing (1978),' 'Stanley and the Women (1984),' 'The Old Devils (1986),' 'Memoirs (1991),' 'The Russian Girl (1992),' and 'The King's English' (published posthumously, 1997)
    Father of the novelist Martin Amis
    He was a womanizer who cheated on both his wives.
    He was an alcoholic.
    He was impotent.
    He went from being an arrogant young liberal to an arrogant old conservative.
    He was a snob about grammar, and wrote a whole book, 'The King's English,' complaining about other people's mistakes.
    His first wife was just as promiscuous as he was.
    When his second marriage fell apart, he went back to his first wife.
    His books are bitter, hilarious, and sad.
    He loved jazz and science fiction.

Credit: Wieland Kalligaro

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