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Raphael: A Passionate Life by Antonio Forcellino
translated by Lucinda Byatt. Polity June 2012
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Monthly Archives: October 2008
I have to thank Sam Leith in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph for a fantastic article that appealed to my breadmaking alter ego. Apparently this is the first time that a National Baking Week has been run in the UK – it … Continue reading
Only one recording was ever made of Virginia Woolf’s voice, although she actually broadcast on the BBC on three separate occasions. On 29 April 1937 she gave a radio talk to the BBC on the subject of “Craftsmanship” in which … Continue reading
Defining historical fiction is extremely tricky, as Sarah Johnson knows well: readers, she writes, may be “forced to sort through tales of modern suburban angst, lurid contemporary thrillers, or generic bodice rippers to find the works that match a compelling … Continue reading