Sacred Treasure Emma Scrivener on form yet again her: lovely piece on the Both/Ands of the Christian life. She’s also got a great A-Z of
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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,
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
To be opaque is to be beguiling, provocative. You need to be hooked, of course. But once I’m hooked, I never want everything on a
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
Work on my book on suspicion, spies, conspiracies and the like continues apace (hence minimal blog posting) – but I’m wondering if some of you can help me