Non-fiction: "The Pursuit of Crime: Art and Ideology in Detective Fiction" (1981, Yale University Press)
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Milne (Alasdair Milne
) and his immediate subordinates are, of course, entitled to exercise editorial control over what is to be transmitted by the BBC. I have had scripts rejected before now, and not even the most rabid paranoia, nor the worst excesses of arrogance, can allow me to argue that the BBC should be compelled to screen my work. But Milne is wrong. Television critics say Brimstone is at...
Graduated from New College, Oxford University, with a second class degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
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