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doctoral student at Balliol College, Oxford. Freya Johnston is general editor of The Cambridge Edition of the Novels of Thomas Love Peacock, the first volumes of which will be published this year. Joanna Kavenna is a novelist, essayist and travel writer. Her next book will be A Field Guide to Reality. Jonathan Keates’s most recent book is The Siege of Venice (Chatto & Windus). John Keay is the author
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travel book about going on pilgrimage to the Holy Land with the Reverend Richard Coles, came out last December. Paul Johnson has written over fifty books. He is a former editor of the New Statesman. Joanna Kavenna is a novelist, essayist and travel writer. Her next book, A Field Guide to Reality, will be published in July. Jonathan Keates’s most recent book is The Siege of Venice (Chatto & Windus).
is Socrates. His Darwin: Portrait of a Genius will shortly appear in New York. Sadakat Kadri, a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, is the author of Heaven on Earth: A Journey Through Shari‘a Law. Joanna Kavenna is the author of The Ice Museum, Inglorious and The Birth of Love. She is Writer-in-Residence at St Peter’s College, Oxford. Jake Kerridge is freelance journalist. Sam Kitchener is a
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is the author of In the Shadow of the Sword: The Battle for Global Empire & the End of the Ancient World. Paul Johnson has written over fifty books. He is a former editor of the New Statesman. Joanna Kavenna is a novelist, essayist and travel writer. Her next book will be A Field Guide to Reality. Mary Kenny’s most recent book is a ‘selective memoir
Dean of the University of London Institute in Paris and currently writing a book called The French Intifada. Robert Irwin’s most recent book is Memoirs of a Dervish: Sufis, Mystics and the Sixties. Joanna Kavenna is the author of The Ice Museum, Inglorious and The Birth of Love. John Keay writes on Asia and edits The London Encyclopaedia. Mary Kenny's most recent book is Crown and Shamrock: Love and