As ever slow on the uptake, but I finally got round to reading Azar Nafisi’s beautifully written 2004 book, Reading Lolita in Tehran. It is a rich,
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At last year’s launch of veteran travel writer Dervla Murphy’s remarkable book, A Month by the Sea – Encounters in Gaza, she made a simple
Sacred Treasure Cranmer has been on form: 1. None dare call it evil, except Justin Welby; 2. I have forgiven Islamic militants Interesting stuff here from
It hardly needs saying, but spying did not stop with the collapse of Communism. But if spying continued, it naturally follows that so did betrayal. The
Sacred Treasure Mikhail Kalashnikov was apparently in ‘spiritual pain’ over his (in)famous invention Dave Criddle has some wisdom about engaging with the likes of Ricky Gervais