Nicholas Lezard is a literary critic for the Guardian and also writes for the Independent. He writes the Down and Out in London column for the New Statesman.
"I am delighted until I see that the paper has spelled my name, at the end of the column, 'Nicholas Zloozman'."
Englightenment via Avaaz, Duran Duran and Bananarama.
Heady pints, asteroid fights and the finest living example of the London landlady.
"I could be Nick Clegg". Nicholas Lezard sees desperation by the fridge light.
Nicholas Lezard is "Down and Out".
Two very different biographical works give surprising insight into the great composer's character.
Failing hardware and Withnail occupy Nicholas Lezard.
Down and Out with Nicholas Lezard.
Everything went a bit hazy after that. It had got a bit hazy before, to be perfectly honest, because I had drunk about six bottles of wine and several shot glasses of slivovitz.
Why, oh, why, I howl to myself and to the stars, did I ever learn to cook?
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