And, to be fair, his critics might have a point that Amis the author can be tricky to separate from the characters in his books.
Amis was a multimillionaire literary superstar, “the most influential writer of his generation” as he put it.
“There have been very significant Jews in my life,” Amis recently said.
Tait seems to insinuate for all media that it would be better if Amis never came back.
Amis once wrote of his first encounter with Saul Bellow on an assignment as a journalist.
It was indeed; and I have often wondered, but in vain, what could be the source of Amis affection for a person he had never seen.
Doncques, si le mourt a quelques prouisions, il faut qu'il en face Tabagie tous ses parents, & Amis.
She went at once to Winchester and sent for the wife of Mr. Amis, who had married her.
“Buvez, me Amis,” said a stout good-natured looking seaman, pouring out a glass of claret.
Meanwhile Honorine looked all about, for Amis presence ordinarily announced his masters coming.