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May 10, 2012

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The Naked Truth. Literally. A Review of Forster's “A Room with a View”

Nakedness and Dry Humour, a review of Forster’s “A Room with a View”

The English have long been renowned for masking their feelings, hiding emotion behind rules of etiquette and dry humour, and, dare I say it, exuding a sort of coldness. Yes, us Brits have always had a reputation for restrained passion – that is the beauty of British classics.

Books, Reviews
Tibor Fischer book interior

Flipping Tibor Fischer

The end papers of Tibor Fischer’s new book take design inspiration from Greek pottery and the London Underground. The former prefixes a story about the Trojan War, the latter a woman who returns to her London flat to find the locks are changed.

Books, Reviews
Top of The Sixties

“Top of the Sixties”, A Story of Coming of Age in the Midlands

This collection of short stories by David Ayres primarily follows the lives of young adults in the 1960s. It is set in the Midlands, England, where small town thinking meets working class hardships.

Books, Reviews

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