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Spike Milligan – A Dustbin of Milligan | Review

Title: A Dustbin of Milligan

Author: Spike Milligan

Category: Poetry/Fiction/Non-Fiction

Page Count: 124

Rating: 2/5

The “dustbin” in the title here is pretty accurate, because this was easily my least favourite of all of the Milligan that I’ve read so far. It really is just a bunch of random stuff that’s thrown into a little paperback.

It also includes some letters that he wrote to Harry Secombe, but they’re written in Milligan’s inimitable style and so because they’re so surreal at times, it can be difficult to tell what he’s actually talking about.

So yeah, I mean I guess it’s okay if you’re interested in Milligan, but I’d still say it’s one of his worst. Eh, whatevs.

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