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December/January 2016/17
John Stubbs's biography defends Jonathan Swift from charges of irreverence and misanthropy, and evokes the roughness of his times
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December/January 2016/17
The story of the only child suicide of the Holocaust
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December/January 2016/17
Jeremy Paxman's memoir is a moving and witty account of a postwar upbringing and TV career, but we learn little of the man behind the persona
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December/January 2016/17
Roy Strong's diaries reveal an odd but witty and engaging character moving amidst high society
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