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By John Osborne

E single-volume version of Osborne's autobiographical works, a greater type of individual: 1929-1956 and virtually a Gentleman: 1955-1966. The booklet additionally incorporates a evaluate of the previous through Alan Bennett entitled undesirable John, and David Hare's eulogy brought at Osborne's memorial carrier in 1995.

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