He's in that great tradition of English miserablism, alongside Tony Hancock or Eeyore, with that wonderful understated gloom. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. HB: I think there was a sort of prurient knee-jerk reaction to those two books: Larkin was a lothario and shagging everyone in sight; Larkin's father had a statue of Hitler, therefore he was a Nazi. I wonder if he was the literary equivalent of the Spice Girls? He had no political agenda, he was an unthinking saloon-bar crony. Hugh Bonneville: Yes, there also wasn't anything about the women in Tom Courtenay's recent, wonderful play about Larkin [Pretending to be Me]. Why did you decide to include that?
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