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Tim Moore

Tim Moore is a British journalist and author. His next book, French Revolutions (St. Martin’s Press, $24), about his experiences riding in the 2000 Tour de France, will be out in June.

Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis (Penguin USA, $13). I read this as a student and rather belatedly grasped that books written before I’d been born might actually still be funny. A study of infantile rebellion against scholastic tedium that will appeal to anyone who’s ever made silly faces behind someone’s back.

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