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Shush, dearest. I’m just about to finish the marvelous but exhausting Wolf Hall. Like that unfortunate man of the British Petroleum, I do have a certain desire to put it behind me and get on with my life. I will … Continue reading
Debbie, my dear – am reading Parade’s End by Ford Madox Ford. A must, I’d say.