On Whetting The Public’s Appetite

October 5th, 2004 · No Comments
by Booksquare

“[It] is an absurd distraction from Graham’s work. It is an utter misrepresentation. Norman does Graham a great disservice with his obsession with gossip … disappointing in someone who professes to be an academic, and a dereliction of Norman Sherry’s duty as a biographer. The biography is not only vulgar and poorly written but extremely dull. Norman Sherry is very like Inspector Clouseau. He doesn’t understand anything, he gets many things wrong – he is a fantasist.”

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