Edward St. Aubyn

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Edward St. Aubyn’s Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, Mother’s Milk, and At Last: The Complete Patrick Melrose Novels, recently adapted into a five-episode limited series on Showtime.

Edward St. Aubyn: The Complete Patrick Melrose Novels

Edward St. Aubyn’s Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, Mother’s Milk, and At Last: The Complete Patrick Melrose Novels, recently adapted into a five-episode limited series on Showtime.

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St. Aubyn’s novel parodies the upsurge of interest in literary prizes: what do these prizes have to do with literature, and are the books that win ones we should read?

Edward St. Aubyn: Lost For Words

St. Aubyn’s novel parodies the upsurge of interest in literary prizes: what do these prizes have to do with literature, and are the books that win ones we should read?

from Bookworm

Edward St. Aubyn on his a five-book series, The Patrick Melrose Novels. (Part Two of two)

Edward St. Aubyn: The Patrick Melrose Novels, Part II

Edward St. Aubyn on his a five-book series, The Patrick Melrose Novels. (Part Two of two)

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