Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader's Quarterly Magazine, Issue 45
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Slightly Foxed Issue 45

  • Pages: 96
  • Format: 210 x 148mm
  • Illustrations: B/W
  • Publication date: Mar 15
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Cover artist: Andrew Gifford
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Slightly Foxed Issue 45

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Victoria Glendinning hunts a biographer • Lawrence Sail hears healing laughter • Sarah Lawson revisits Gone with the WindRohan Candappa discovers a comic genius • Annabel Walker tastes the life of a peregrine • Patrick Welland enters the world of a Roman Emperor • Laura Freeman takes love lessons • John Keay witnesses a Javanese tragedy • Jane Ridley meets Edward VIII • Jeremy Lewis marches with Marlborough • Daisy Hay reads a novel of society, and much more besides . . .

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  1. Pat Cherry says:

    Loved reading the article by Sarah Lawson of Margaret Mitchell’s book, Gone with the Wind. Sarah is a brilliant writer and gives the reader excitement as she reviews an old masterfully written book with its twists and turns and emotionally charged issues of lives being changed and women learning to survive.

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