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20/11/2017:

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It's so swampy
Trees

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15/11/2017:

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Trees
Devon: Rivers Walkham, Tavy and Dart

08/11/2017:

Cosmo the cat
Yorkshire

02/11/2017:

A review of Changer l'oubli by Yvette Z'Graggen 4

"Yvette Z'Graggen was a Swiss author and broadcaster, born in 1922 to a German-speaking father and a Genevan mother. In this fascinating and moving memoir, she traces the family history of her father, Heinrich..." More


28/10/2017:

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Your big skies
More from east Norfolk - the sticks of the sticks

17/10/2017:

A review of Ein Jahr in London by Anna Regeniter 4

"The German publisher Herder has a series of books, "Reise in den Alltag" ("Journeys into Everyday Life"), that go deeper than traditional travel writing by tasking their authors with year-long diaries of their time in foreign countries. I'm fascinated by the differences between inside and outside perspectives on countries - the essence of a nation is often best appreciated by those from elsewhere - so I snapped up this interesting-sounding account by a young German woman of her first twelve months in England..." More


15/10/2017:

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Boats, Malthouse Broad
East Norfolk
Overy Creek
North Norfolk

09/10/2017:

Guest review: Die Hauptstadt by Robert Menasse 4

"At least two major German-language writers have written extensively about the European Union. One is the poet, essayist and occasional novelist Hans Magnus Enzensberger, probably best known outside Germany for his writing on the media and his coinage "consciousness industry" to describe them..." More


08/10/2017:

A review of The Unexpected Professor by John Carey 4

"John Carey is a literary polemicist, a grammar school-educated Oxford don whose bête noires are academic and intellectual elistism. In his career as an English Professor at various Oxford colleges, he put his money where his mouth was, actively soliciting undergraduate applications from state schools, fighting to get the English curriculum updated to include more modern literature, and (as chair of a pan-University board) attempting to bring in line colleagues who refused to lecture on anything but their pet subjects..." More


01/10/2017:

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Playboaters
Lee Valley Olympic whitewater course

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