By Andrew P. Napolitano
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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."
Officials have stark advice for Londoners planning to stay home this summer and deal with some 11 million visitors attending the Olympic Games.
British academic Richard Bradford has written about many of his nation's more recent writers, including Martin Amis' redoubtable father, Sir Kingsley Amis, and his best friend, poet Philip Larkin.
"Big events don't tend to mean more trade," he said.