Priestley defined the essay as a 'prose masterpiece in miniature' and he expressed his thoughts on a diverse range of subjects from old age to his horror of conferences. Writing sometimes 'out of devilment' to shake up a complacent public, Priestley's essays reveal the singular voice of one of Britain's most distinguished writers.
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