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I was talking to an extremely well-read American friend and writer a couple of weeks ago and I discovered that not only had he never read Enid Blyton, he’d never even heard of her. OK, he’s younger than I am, … Continue reading

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In an interesting article in today’s New York Times about whether the Amazon Kindle is likely or not to be a success (he thinks it is), Randall Stross says: Stephen P. Jobs, the chief executive of Apple, has nothing to … Continue reading

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