Présentation de l'éditeur
Things I Am Ashamed Of is a memoir and a study of ordinary foibles, of the kind to which most of us are prone. Drawing on the works of writers from Anita Brookner to Stefan Zweig, and of musicians from Richard Strauss to Laura Nyro, this is a funny and unsettling account of what it means to behave well, and badly.
Nicholas Clee is the author of Don’t Sweat the Aubergine: What Works in the Kitchen and Why and Eclipse: The Story of the Rogue, the Madam and the Horse that Changed Racing. He lives in North London with his wife, who is also a writer, and two daughters.