I recently had a chat for the International Anthony Burgess Foundations’s podcast series “99 Novels”. Each episode discusses a book that Burgess included in his survey of mid-twentieth century fiction, published as Ninety Nine Novels in 1984. In this episode, the Foundation’s Dr Graham Foster and I discuss Robert Nye’s rumbustious novel Falstaff. We also explore some related and not-so-related works, finishing with my recommendation for a 100th book : Patrick Hamilton’s Hangover Square. It was great fun to explore Nye’s novel at length, and an honour to be part of this excellent podcast series.
Robert Nye’s Falstaff by Dr Rob Spence is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.