Will Self

Esquire (UK) - - Contributors -

“I’ve been a staunch op­po­nent of lux­ury in the past,” says the nov­el­ist, broad­caster and Esquire edi­tor at large, “be­cause my con­tention is it can never, ever, ever be lux­u­ri­ous enough. Clive­den man­aged to as­suage my in­ner Prince Charles by fig­u­ra­tively spread­ing myrrh paste on my gold tooth­brush; while its staff’s psy­chic def­er­ence left me feel­ing re­gal enough to fi­nally ban­ish my 44-year ad­dic­tion to nico­tine. Huz­zah!” Find Self ’s un­usual, supremely first world method of bin­ning smokes on page 108.

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