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George Mikes

George Mikes (pronounced Mikesh),  a Hungarian-born British author, wrote from the 1940’s until the early 1980’s. He is best celebrated for his astute observations and witty commentary on the peculiarities of life in England through the eyes of a foreigner. This is a homage to his enduring legacy, inviting you to explore the breadth of his literary contributions, from his iconic “How to be an Alien” to the lesser-known gems that are here. These are books that delve into various cultures and societies. You can explore Mikes’s examination of the human condition with his humour and insight.


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