‘He returned to what he really was’: Clive James’s daughter on his poetic farewell πŸ”— β€” Excerpt: Ten months before his death last year at the age of 80, Clive James underwent an eight-hour operation to remove a tumour on his face. Already very frail – he had been suffering from leukaemia for a decade – afterwards it took him almost a week to emerge fully into consciousness.

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