Friday, September 17, 2010


From Sam Leith's review of Donald Sturrock's Roald Dahl biography: "though he donated his early royalties to charity, Dahl used the syndication money for the short story ‘Shot Down Over Libya’ for a treat: a $380 set of false teeth (‘new set of clackers’) hand-made from gold and platinum by Lord Halifax’s dentist."

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