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Happy 200th birthday Frankenstein

“My name is Victor Frankenstein.” 2018 is the 200th birthday of the world’s most famous monster, Frankenstein. The book by Mary Shelley was first published in 1818, but even in the early years the story was better known as a … Continue reading

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Is there such a thing as correct English anyway?

Sam Leith is fond of the quotation “When you go fishing, you bait the hook with what the fish likes, not with what you like.” In his new book Write to the Point, Leith begins by jumping into a controversial … Continue reading

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