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Richard Hoggart: Virtue and Reward

Last week I read Fred Inglis’ new biography Richard Hoggart: Virtue and Reward. It’s a really revealing piece of work. Inglis has kept it short and punchy, the book is 250 pages and its focus on the key moments works … Continue reading

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A review of Richard Hoggart: Virtue and Reward

Tom Steele has reviewed Fred Inglis’ new biography of Richard Hoggart for Times Higher Education.

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Walter Benjamin: a biography

Whilst I’m finishing off my current book I’ve been collecting together some texts for my next project. This biography of Walter Benjamin took a little bit of getting hold of, but it arrived today. It’s a second hand copy. I’ve … Continue reading

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Madonna and biography

Berfrois have a short article, by Masha Tupitsyn, that explores the connections between Madonna’s music and personal biography. At least that is my reading of it. The piece explores the connections between Madonna’s music and the author’s emotional memory’s. it … Continue reading

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