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London: Penguin in association with Hamish Hamilton, 1959. 102pp. Pages tanned. 'U AND NON-U AN ESSAY INTO SOCIOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS is included in this book, with the most important essays that were part of the storm of controversy it aroused. Nancy Mitford wrote THE ENGLISH ARISTOCRACY, as a result of which Evelyn Waugh wrote her AN OPEN LETTER ON A VERY SERIOUS SUBJECT. Strix joined in with his essay on POSH LINGO, and Christopher Sykes inquired WHAT U-FUTURE? The volume is completed by John Betjemen's witty poem HOW TO GET ON IN SOCIETY and by the apt and amusing illustrations of Osbert Lancaster.' [Stock ref. 245].. Mass Market Paperback. Good to Very Good. Illus. by Lancaster, Osbert.