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Slightly Foxed Issue 13

  • Pages: 96
  • Format: 210 x 148mm
  • Illustrations: B/W
  • Publication date: March 2007
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Cover artist: Susie Leiper
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Slightly Foxed Issue 13

Winning Through

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Liz Robinson meets a provincial lady • Rohan Candappa heads for the bunker • Christian Tyler rides a tiger • Ruth Symes takes passage to India • Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson revisits Torcello • Patrick Evans casts a fly • Justin Marozzi goes Dutch • Harriet Sergeant admires a ginger tree • C.J. Wright mourns the passing of a bookseller • Humphrey & Solveig Stone find Arcadia . . .


  • Rohan Candappa on R. G. G. Price, Betty Hope’s Survive with Me
  • John de Falbe on the Leopard series
  • Patrick Evans on William Humphrey, The Spawning Run
  • Jane Lunzer Gifford on M. F. K. Fisher, Serve It Forth; Consider the Oyster; How to Cook a Wolf; The Gastronomical Me; An Alphabet for Gourmets; With Bold Knife and Fork; Among Friends
  • Juliet Gardiner on Elizabeth Taylor, At Mrs Lippincote’s
  • John Harrison on Beowulf
  • Tim Heald on Daphne du Maurier, The Parasites
  • Justin Marozzi on Cees Nooteboom, Nomad’s Hotel; The Following Story
  • Victoria Neumark on Frank and Anita Kermode (eds.), The Oxford Book of Letters
  • Liz Robinson on E. M. Delafield, The Diary of a Provincial Lady
  • Harriet Sergeant on Oswald Wynd, The Ginger Tree
  • Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson on Shirley Guiton, No Magic Eden; A World by Itself
  • Ruth Symes on E. M. Forster, A Passage to India
  • Humphrey and Solveig Stone on M. F. K. Fisher
  • Christian Tyler on Jim Corbett, Man-eaters of Kumaon; The Man-eating Leopard of Rudraprayag; Jungle Lore; The Temple Tiger and More Man-eaters of Kumaon
  • C. J. Wright on the passing of a bookseller

Farringdon Station

Before moving to Hoxton Square, the Foxed den was in Clerkenwell, and Farringdon was our local tube stop. This woodcut of the station by Sasa Marinkov was featured in Slightly Foxed Issue 13, in...

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