This book is not just marvellously funny; a decade on, it's a shrewd and hilarious reminder of the heroes and villains of the Sixties, the political fatheads, the telly-idols, the cult-mongers, the propagandists, the admen, the status-seekers, the trend-setters, and all the twits in high places on either side of the Atlantic. And because the human comedy really changes very little, "The Dog It Was That Died" is a highly personal comic vision of bother "The Way We Were and The Way We Are".
Used availability for Alan Coren's The Dog It Was That Died
September 1976 : UK Hardback
February 1978 : UK Paperback