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Spike Milligan: Man of Letters

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William Davis Esq. Punch Magazine 8 October 1974 Dear Bill I am sending you another photograph. The one you keep publishing makes me feel I am suffering from a severed head. Love, light and peace, Spike Milligan Here are the funniest, rudest and most revealing letters - most of which have never been seen before - from one of the greatest comics of the twentieth century to some of its most famous politicians, actors, celebrities and rock stars (as well as a host of unlikely individuals) on some surprising subjects: rounded teabags ('what did you do with the corners?') backless hospital gowns ('beyond my comprehension') heartfelt apologies ('pardon me for being alive') and the imbalance of male and female ducks in London's parks Here, then, is the real Spike Milligan: obsessive, rude, generous and relentlessly witty. 'Milligan's zaniness shines through.' Daily Telegraph
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William Davis Esq. Punch Magazine 8 October 1974 Dear Bill I am sending you another photograph. The one you keep publishing makes me feel I am suffering from a severed head. Love, light and peace, Spike Milligan Here are the funniest, rudest and most revealing letters - most of which have never been seen before - from one of the greatest comics of the twentieth century to some of its most famous politicians, actors, celebrities and rock stars (as well as a host of unlikely individuals) on some surprising subjects: rounded teabags ('what did you do with the corners?') backless hospital gowns ('beyond my comprehension') heartfelt apologies ('pardon me for being alive') and the imbalance of male and female ducks in London's parks Here, then, is the real Spike Milligan: obsessive, rude, generous and relentlessly witty. 'Milligan's zaniness shines through.' Daily Telegraph

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Author Norma Farnes (Editor)
Publisher Penguin
Place London
Year 2014-09-04
ISBN 9780241966921
Binding Paperback
Condition Good

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