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Midsummer Night, 1962

Feature Francis Spufford

It had all taken longer than it needed to, of course.
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No. 11

No. 11

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Francis Spufford is a British journalist and critic. Red Plenty, from which the piece in this issue is excerpted, was recently published in the UK by Faber & Faber. He is also the author of The Child that Books Built (Picador), a memoir of his childhood as a compulsive reader. 

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