A selection of his best columns
Editeur: Penguin Random House South Africa
Edition n°: 1
Gathered together for the first time, a selection from the columns and occasional writings of Darrel Bristow-Bovey. For the better part of this century and the worst part of the last, Darrel Bristow-Bovey has been making enemies, allies and occasional friends with his newspaper and magazine columns. In that time he has received two death threats, five offers to sue, four national awards and a marriage proposal. Over a range of subjects, from television to sport to the difficulty of finding love in the modern world, never saying less than he thinks, never more than he feels, Darrel?s is an unmistakable and indispensable voice in the South African media. All the old favourites are in these pages: Jamie Oliver, Felicia, Wayne Ferreira, the lost art of conversation, Simunye presenters, Christmas stories, lesbians, and the infamous ?The Day I Bought My Fridge?. Plus, as a special bonus, for the first time: The origin of Porky Withers and the true location of the Chalk ?n Cue.
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