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'I Don’t Like Writers,.. They’re Always Whining And Whingeing': Len Deighton

Interviewed by Jake Kerridge in The Telegraph:
“My mother was a cook and my father was a chauffeur … One day he said to me, ‘I won’t punish you for the terrible reports you bring home from school if I see you reading.’ That really did push me into reading books. I played truant all the time and I usually went to the Marylebone Reference library and I would just sit there all day long and read. A terrible kind of sedentary childhood I had, when I think about it.”
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'I Don’t Like Writers,.. They’re Always Whining And Whingeing': Len Deighton
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Interviewed by Jake Kerridge in The Telegraph:
“My mother was a cook and my father was a chauffeur … One day he said to me, ‘I won’t punish you for the terrible reports you bring home from school if I see you reading.’ That really did push me into reading books. I played truant all the time and I usually went to the Marylebone Reference library and I would just sit there all day long and read. A terrible kind of sedentary childhood I had, when I think about it.”
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