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    At first glance, the natural reaction to "Martin Amis: The Biography" might be to place a question mark after the title -- but is the very notion of such a biography that risible? After all, Mr. Amis is well into his 60s and this year marks a full four decades since he burst into print and instant fame with his first novel, "The Rachel Papers."

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  • Author Martin Amis seems to reserve his trademark sneer for photo shoots. (Random House)

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    Politics may play no role in British author Martin Amis' novels, but he remains a defiantly political creature whose comments on policy and policymakers over the years occasionally have proved controversial.

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