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Alcolit classics

Not quite rabid
 
Under the Volcano (Penguin Modern Classics)
Under the Volcano (Penguin Modern Classics)
"THE alcolit classic. Poetic, hallucinatory, tragic, frightening - and fantastic!"
John Barleycorn: `Alcoholic Memoirs' (Oxford World's Classics)
John Barleycorn: `Alcoholic Memoirs' (Oxford World's Classics)
"Candid autobiographical confessions by the founding father of alcolit."
The Lost Weekend
The Lost Weekend
"Stumbling through Manhattan in the late 30s. You wouldn't trust this guy."
Hangover Square: A Story of Darkest Earl's Court (Penguin Modern Classics)
Hangover Square: A Story of Darkest Earl's Court (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Dark, humorous, obsessive. The "grimy publands of Earl's Court', 1939."
Twenty Thousand Streets Under The Sky (Vintage Classics)
Twenty Thousand Streets Under The Sky (Vintage Classics)
"Even better than Hangover Square. Infatuation, alcohol, pubs, 30s London... Familiar Hamilton territory."
Keep the Aspidistra Flying (Penguin Modern Classics)
Keep the Aspidistra Flying (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Would-be poet Gordon's night out in London is a classic of dark humour - which ends in jail."
Lucky Jim (Penguin Modern Classics)
Lucky Jim (Penguin Modern Classics)
"Professor Welch would be enough to drive anyone to drink, but Jim doesn't need much driving..."
Year of the Hare, The
Year of the Hare, The
"Drunkenness Finnish-style. Vatanen's bender and subsequent hangover are suitably epic."
The Rum Diary (Bloomsbury Classic Reads)
The Rum Diary (Bloomsbury Classic Reads)
"A lot of rum gets drunk in this book. Better than Fear and Loathing. Hunter S was clearly completely barking."
Post Office: A Novel
Post Office: A Novel
"A loser's tale of beer, whiskey, dead-end jobs and nasty sex. Depressing but funny with it."
White Summer
White Summer
"A hilarious & fast-paced romantic comedy with moments of sadness & an awful lot of lager and whisky mac."
Brideshead Revisited: The Sacred and Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder
Brideshead Revisited: The Sacred and Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder
"Over-privileged teddy-bear carrying youth tries to escape his background through alcohol, with predictable lack of success."