Coming up in future issues of Slightly Foxed

ANDREW NIXON receives some concrete information from Jonathan Meades • HELEN MACEWEN searches for love with Charlotte Brontë • ADAM SISMAN relives the last days of Hitler • POSY FALLOWFIELD puts to sea with Richard Hughes • JUSTIN MAROZZI meets a modest mountaineer • LINDA LEATHERBARROW remembers Penelope Fitzgerald at the Highgate Library • MICHAEL HOLROYD explores the paradoxical character of Frank Harris • ANN KENNEDY SMITH takes some linguistic instruction • ANTHONY WELLS enjoys a foreign correspondent’s spectacular scoops, and much more besides . . .

 

 

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