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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
History is out in paperback. Melissa Harrison’s second novel, At Hawthorn Time (Bloomsbury), features a modern Green Man called Jack. Her short book about rain will be published next year by Faber. Joanna Kavenna is a novelist, essayist and travel writer. Her next book will be A Field Guide to Reality. Leanda de Lisle’s latest book, Tudor: The Family Story, is out in paperback. Claire Lowdon is
that we can be cured of rationalism would seem as impractical as finding an error-proof method of picking winners in the Derby. To order this book from the Literary Review Bookshop, see page 40. joanna kavenna The Long & Short of It Essayism By Brian Dillon (Fitzcarraldo Editions 138pp £10.99) Let us turn, dear reader, to the essay. What is it? Sometimes people claim it is dead, but then people