Triumph Of The Now
Reading, Living, Being
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An un-Lawrentian D.H. Lawrence biography
a snobbish delight
We need to talk about how you wouldn’t get a literary novelist called Kevin in England
DHL happy in Mexico, then beautifully sad elsewhere.
I review a Lawrentian travel writing collection containing Twilight in Italy, Sea and Sardinia and Sketches of Etruscan Places.
Rosamond Lehmann is not a widely-read novelist any more, though in the middle of the 20th-century, she was both popularContinue Reading
This week, I decided to dabble with a bit of Leo Tolstoy. I’ve never read anything by the big-hitting RussianContinue Reading
Given my love of sex novels, German novels, short novels and the Velvet Underground, it seems CRAZY that I’d neverContinue Reading
This is the last of the lovely old books I bought whilst in Hay-on-Wye a few weeks ago, a charmingContinue Reading