Angus Frank Johnstone Wilson

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English writer of novels and short stories (1913-1991)

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In Angus Wilson one may detect an almost erotic fascination with the English language, resurfacing mainly in the tense dichotomy of humour and seriousness.
Books to be published under the new imprint will retail for approximately GBP9 and include titles such as Anglo Saxon Attitudes by Angus Wilson and Ghastly Good Taste by John Betjeman.
OBEs were granted for Bill Jordan, chairman of W Jordan (Cereals) and Angus Wilson, managing director of Wilson's Country, based in Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Angus Wilson said the Angry Young Men were important because they brought to the surface an underlying rebellion against the complacency infecting British culture in the early to mid-50s.
Robin Wilson, his brother Angus Wilson and half-brother Simon Regan, lost everything when Major issued a libel writ against their magazine, Scallywag.
Owner Angus Wilson and his son Ruaira, eight, had already tried to rescue Meg.
It was getting on for a quarter of a century later - in 1977 - that Angus Wilson, totally free of Elsie Bambridge, produced The Strange Ride of Rudyard Kipling.
Adam Bond sliced his way past a string of attempted challenges to land an early try, upgraded by Angus Wilson, and Welsh stretched that advantage to 19-0 at the interval with Jamie Cranham striking from close range before a slick move opened Anthony Reynolds's path to the corner.