As a journalist for the Sunday Telegraph and The Spectator, James Delingpole has expressed his thoughts -- articulately and amusingly -- on everything from politics to popular music, from school sports days to spliffs. If you've thought about it, he's written about it.
In this A-Z collection of brief essays he turns his lively mind to modern society gone mad. And what he discovers is that the older you get, the more mad it seems.
Can't understand why Coldplay are the biggest band in the world? Don't see why there was such a fuss over Pete Burns's 'gorilla' coat? Wondering what ever happened to the good, old-fashioned universities? Well, join James's club. Pouring scorn on the state of Britain after a decade of Blair and Brown, 'How to Be Right' couldn't have come along at a more appropriate time. Prepare to foam and splutter, and to be seriously entertained.
- Publication Date:
- 15 / 09 / 2008
- 136 x 215 x 15mm