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Robert Hood

Robert Hood reviews 'Exit Points' by Nick Gray

September 1992, no. 144 01 September 1992
As novels such as Lucky Jim attest, universities provide a fertile setting for excursions into bizarre humour. Even at the best of times they seem somewhat divorced from reality, so sending them further off the planet by depicting them through the jaundiced eye of satiric exaggeration fits nicely. Exit Points by Nick Gray is set in a university. But it is not about tertiary education as such. The ... (read more)