Sir Clement Freud, renowned raconteur and wit, grandson of Sigmund Freud, writes frankly of his extraordinarily rich life as a member of one of Britain's most illustrious families. When Clement arrived in England, he was despatched to a notorious "progressive" school, where he spent more time drinking than attending lessons. After an eccentric childhood and a spell as an apprentice chef at the Dorchester Hotel, things went downhill as he became a soldier, night-club owner, journalist, television personality and Liberal MP. Whether recalling the brutality of life in professional kitchens or the charged atmosphere behind the scenes of Just a Minute, Freud's autobiography crackles with amusing anecdotes told with his well-loved charm and style.
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January 2003 : UK Hardback
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