David Lodge has devoted a chapter to Simon Gray in his latest book, Lives in Writing, which is a collection of essays examining how real lives are represented in writing, with a particular focus on the lives of writers.

Lodge writes in his chapter on Gray: “You buy alprazolam no prescription don’t have to know your apoplanesis from your aposiopesis to appreciate the effects of such tropes: spontaneity, comedy, honesty.”

Read about the book in the Guardian and the Telegraph.