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Tony Parsons is a regular commentator on popular culture and his views are often contentious. His television work such as "The Tattooed Jungle" and "A Clockwork Orange" achieved acclaim and also many complaints. This book draws from the best and most provocative of Parson's writing. From 1976 and the height of Punk, through to 1980s obsessions with style and onto the 1990s Tony Parsons is a regular commentator on popular culture and his views are often contentious. His television work such as "The Tattooed Jungle" and "A Clockwork Orange" achieved acclaim and also many complaints. This book draws from the best and most provocative of Parson's writing. From 1976 and the height of Punk, through to 1980s obsessions with style and onto the 1990s obsessions with sex and sex wars, this book includes articles, essays and interviews from a variety of sources, including "Elle", "The Daily Telegraph" and "The Daily Mail". From "The Tattooed Jungle" to "The Polenta Jungle", why women shouldn't drink and why David Bowie did, from The Clash to Suede, it offers Parson's views of Britain.


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Tony Parsons is a regular commentator on popular culture and his views are often contentious. His television work such as "The Tattooed Jungle" and "A Clockwork Orange" achieved acclaim and also many complaints. This book draws from the best and most provocative of Parson's writing. From 1976 and the height of Punk, through to 1980s obsessions with style and onto the 1990s Tony Parsons is a regular commentator on popular culture and his views are often contentious. His television work such as "The Tattooed Jungle" and "A Clockwork Orange" achieved acclaim and also many complaints. This book draws from the best and most provocative of Parson's writing. From 1976 and the height of Punk, through to 1980s obsessions with style and onto the 1990s obsessions with sex and sex wars, this book includes articles, essays and interviews from a variety of sources, including "Elle", "The Daily Telegraph" and "The Daily Mail". From "The Tattooed Jungle" to "The Polenta Jungle", why women shouldn't drink and why David Bowie did, from The Clash to Suede, it offers Parson's views of Britain.

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