Poyser and setting a high value on his own compliments, "I like a cleverish
woman--a woman o' sperrit--a managing woman."
This is a rollickingly enjoyable, forgettable, cleverish
book that--at least in English translation--doesn't quite answer the question satisfactorily." SAM LEITH
This debacle resulted from nothing less than his cleverish
attempt to stop the challenge that the Soviet Union was posing on the world's periphery by giving in to some of its central demands--while, in the periphery, waging a "limited war" and advertising willingness to settle for less than half a loaf.