LUCKY JIM By Kingsley Amis Kingsley Amis's first and best novel, and one of the founding books of the genre.
The first faux-Fleming assignments went to writers such as Kingsley Amis (writing as “Robert Markham”) and John Gardner.
THE RACHEL PAPERS By Martin Amis What's a Kingsley without a Martin?
Sam Munson salutes Kingsley Amis, Richard Russo, and other classic collegiate novels.
Ferris was a fictional David Sedaris, a sober Kingsley Amis.
Kingsley was just lifting up the cap, which he had worn that night, from the table to his brows.
Hawker met Kingsley at this time, and introduced him to the Grenville localities.
Kingsley, in one of the most remarkable passages of Westward Ho!
Kingsley says there is a great, unspoken poetry in sanitary reform.
This quality, which many great men put into their work, Kingsley put both into his work and into his play-time.