The utilitarian beauty of <strong>Kingsley Amis</strong>. His short stories &mdash;&nbsp;&ldquo;chips from a novelist&rsquo;s work-bench&rdquo; &mdash;&nbsp;were constructed from well-observed fact

The utilitarian beauty of Kingsley Amis. His short stories &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;&amp;ldquo;chips from a novelist&amp;rsquo;s work-bench&amp;rdquo; &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;were constructed from well-observed
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The utilitarian beauty of Kingsley Amis. His short stories — “chips from a novelist’s work-bench” — were constructed from well-observed fact

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