Definition of Tom Sharpe from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Tom Sharpe

 
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(1928-2013) a British writer whose books often used satire (= a way of criticizing someone or something using humour to show their faults and weaknesses). His most famous books include Porterhouse Blue (1974), which was also made into a popular television series, and Wilt (1976).