From December 1966 until his murder in August 1967, Joe Orton kept a series of diaries that prove to be a candid account of that era. They chronicle his literary success - capped with an Evening Standard Award and praise from the Beatles - and his sexual escapades in unusual places.
Fron December 1966 to his murder in August 1967, Joe Orton kept a series of diaries that prove to be one of the most candid and unfettered accounts of that remarkable era. They chronicle his life from his literary success to his sexual escapades.
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