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THE FALL OF BERLIN, 1945 Max Egremont on Antony Beevor's Masterpiece

Richard Overy on a Wartime Memoir David Pryce-Jones on Our Man in Moscow

Bryan Appleyard on The World We're In Francis Wyndham remembers Sonia Orwell

Anthony Daniels feels Daudet's Pain Sara Wheeler travels with de Botton The Strange Case of Dr James Barry

The Saucy Genius of Benny Hill

The Sexy Letters of Toscanini Hartley in Africa * Hutchings in China

FICTION: J M Coetzee, Claire Messud, Rohinton Mistry, Yann Martel

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