Lost Property

Sonnenberg, Ben

Inherited wealth, related fame and acquaintances, Cold War espionage, 'Grand Street', his father, multiple sclerosis: life as a ferocious comedy according to Ben Sonnenberg, who said autobiography was an 'unruly art'...and 'more autoerotic than I knew before I began....'

Amidst all the posing and youthful riot that explodes into 'anarchy and sabotage', comes his real achievement – becoming founding editor of one of the important journals of our time.

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Publisher: Faber and Faber. First English edition 1991
Foxing to extremities, very good in dustwrapper.

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