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About the Author: Jonathan Meades

Jonathan Turner Meades born 21 January 1947 is a writer, food journalist, essayist and film maker Meades has written and performed in than 50 television shows on predominantly topographical subjects His books include three works of fiction and several anthologies.Meades is an Honorary Associate of the National Secular Society and a Patron of the British Humanist Association.Meades was bor

10 thoughts on “Filthy English

  1. says:

    More dark comedy and human degradation as Meades weaves tales of those living on the margins in the 1940s, 50s up to the start of the drug era 60s that would change everything within the margins, including the economy there We get the marvellous title story about pro Nazi sympathies within Britain and the domestic violence it unleashes We have another story about a rich childless couple, de facto adopting a k

  2. says:

    No one understands England better than Meades Stephen FryIt s a glowing endorsement really but perhaps I should have known better, Stephen Fry is famous for being ridiculously intelligent by 21st Century standards and this collection of bizarre short stories seems to have been pitched somewhat over my head.Perhaps it is me that is at fault and my mind that needs examining though, when I read the back of

  3. says:

    Having only understood every third word or so did not detract from the fact that Meades head should probably be sectioned under the Mental Health Act A collection of rather disturbing tales centred around the part of ...

  4. says:

    entertaining, crazy, and, indeed, filthy a treasure trove of new vocabulary you never expected to find in the most unlikely of combinations, e.g this priceless little vignette from a rural pub A normally well behaved dog called Dusty found it too much to bear and joined in the jollity, jumping hither and tither, leaving poochy paw marks on coats fashioned from fellow quadrupeds, causing tables to lurch and drinks t

  5. says:

    A collection of short stories, the best of which is the first one in the book entitled Fur and Skin It stands out because it is a bit different and well. I like a bit different the rest seem to be sort of oh well a bit on the dull sid...

  6. says:

    I didn t reach the satisfaction of having read an amazingly good story, all in all Spring and Fall had fantastic bits Fur and Skin was enjoyable overall Filthy English was well done in places as, I suppose, all of them were but the rest impressed me less, perhaps It s a ...

  7. says:

    Vile but well written, draws you in , couldn t stop reading, last story a murder story, with a mystery element SPOILER the murderer has to be I ve forgotten how to do the spoiler hide thing so won t say but I was up all night trying to work out who, what this is, an anagram Bastard a...

  8. says:

    I found this book last spring when I was at Shakepeare Co in Paris I decided I HAD to get something while I was there and this was 6 and it has an endorsement from Stephen Fry on it, so I figured it must be good It s taken me forever to get through it too many other boo...

  9. says:

    I m not sure whether I liked it, or whether it was OK It s that kind of book Rather like a meal consisting of pan fried foie gras with raspberry reduction, followed by confit of duck with cherry reduction, and a crepe suzette to close A...

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