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Stanley Bloom

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Stanley Bloom was born in London, but has lived in Sweden for many years. A graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), he was formerly on the staff of Radio Sweden and has long experience of international and educational broadcasting.

Apart from the books he has written, the latest of which is The Sorcerer Of Stockholm, he has edited and/or translated many other works, taught English at most levels, lectured on a range of subjects, run an intensive course for company employees needing to write documents in English, and travels a great deal, mainly to the UK, California and New Zealand, though it would take a lot to make him leave Sweden in the summer, where his favourite place to be is in the Stockholm archipela
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The Sorcerer Of Stockholm
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Binnie and Belloe
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Beneath the Fur
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Blue Guide Sweden
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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
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The Watchers by Steven Alford
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Set in the 16th century the book may be, but I included it in reading suggestions for my book
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Daddy, We Hardly Knew You by Germaine Greer
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Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain
Life on the Mississippi
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Life On The Mississippi

Written in the 1880s, this is nevertheless a topical book in view of the recent flooding along the river. Twain describes its ebbs and flows, its ever-changing nature, inundations, ever changing course, how it straightens or ta
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