'One of the best living writers on cricket' Daily Telegraph Gideon Haigh is now accepted as unquestionably the finest contemporary writer on cricket: this is the latest collection of his cricket writings, and the fourth in the series. As with his previous collections, Game for Anything, Silent Revolutions and A Green and Golden Age, it ranges wide in subject and tone. Here are extended pieces on cricketing greats from Don Bradman to Sunil Gavaskar, dissertations on the enduring significance of the Bodyline series and the first auguries offered by Twenty20, and estimations of great works of cricketing literature by such writers as Jack Fingleton and Ray Robinson - but also A History of the Baggy Green Cap and pieces on the art of Taking Guard. Impeccably well read, by turns considered, sagacious, waspish and droll, this is another indispensable volume for anyone interested in how cricket works, and why we play and watch it. Gideon Haigh's cricket books for Aurum include his prizewinning Mystery Spinner, Many a Slip, and books on the last two Ashes series, as well as two Wisden anthologies, Peter the Lord's Cat and Parachutist at Fine Leg. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.
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