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Richard Bartholomew

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Revelations of Divine Love by Julian of Norwich
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Revelations of Divine Love is frequently opaque, and the Penguin introduction by A. C. Spearing concedes that the modern reader "may find an almost perverse egocentricity and masochism" in the author's desire for bodily illness and to share Christ’s ...more
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Freud by Peter Gay
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Gay's doorstopper is an unexpectedly accessible account of Freud's life and works, in which narrative progression is deftly blended with thematic discussions of Freud's ideas and publications as well as broader political and cultural contexts.

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The Life of My Choice by Wilfred Thesiger
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At the close of his memoir, Wilfred Thesiger describes himself as "perhaps the last explorer in the tradition of the past", whose feats of endurance took him to the remotest parts of East Africa and Arabia "just in time" before the arrival of tourism ...more
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Alexander the Corrector by Julia Keay
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To be falsely imprisoned once in a madhouse as the result of conspiracy is unfortunate; when it happens several times (first in Aberdeen and then on three occasions in London), is it reasonable to suspect that there must be some valid reason for the ...more
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No Further Action - The True Story of the Craziest Year of My... by Jim  Davidson
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At the start of October 2012, a documentary aired on British television that was to traumatise and unbalance the country's psyche: the programme alleged that Jimmy Savile, a popular entertainer and "national treasure" who had died the year before, ha ...more
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Of Making Many Books by Roger Burlingame
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Of Making Many Books is a thematic survey of the publishing company Scribner’s, drawing liberally on previously unpublished correspondence from the house’s many authors to illustrate various aspects of literary production and dissemination between 18 ...more
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Welcome to Twin Peaks by David Lynch
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Like the other two Twin Peaks tie-in books that came out in the early 1990s (reviewed here and here), this is also supposedly a primary document from the world of the television series – although the authors don’t take their brief too seriously and t ...more
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Search by Diane Kennedy Pike
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In the 1960s, Bishop James Pike was one of America’s most famous and controversial mainline clerics: as Episcopal Bishop of California, he had narrowly avoided censure as a heretic several times for his modernism, and at the time of his accidental de ...more
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The Autobiography of F.B.I. Special Agent Dale Cooper by Scott Frost
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After the unrelenting introspective grimness of Laura Palmer's diary, Dale Cooper's boy scout can-do enthusiasm – and a certain lack of self-awareness – is a welcome return to some of the lighter aspects of the Twin Peaks story. The book consists of ...more
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