Definition of Angus Wilson from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Angus Wilson

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(1913-91) a British writer of novels and short stories, born in South Africa. His books, including Hemlock and After (1952) and Anglo-Saxon Attitudes (1956), are known for their humorous descriptions of unusual characters in the different social classes. He was made a knight in 1980.