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Patricia Craig

19 September 1985
But for Bunter 
by David Hughes.
Heinemann, 223 pp., £8.95, September 1985, 0 434 35410 4
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Bunter Sahib 
by Daniel Green.
Hodder, 272 pp., £8.95, September 1985, 0 340 36429 7
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The Good Terrorist 
by Doris Lessing.
Cape, 370 pp., £9.50, September 1985, 0 224 02323 3
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Unexplained Laughter 
by Alice Thomas Ellis.
Duckworth, 155 pp., £8.95, August 1985, 0 7156 2070 3
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Polaris and Other Stories 
by Fay Weldon.
Hodder, 237 pp., £8.95, August 1985, 0 340 33227 1
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... up to the mid-1950s, with Sir Anthony Eden in a fit of pique brought on by Aitken. Suez ensues. Daniel Green presents a blunter Bunter – not William George, but his supposed great-grandfather William Frederick Augustus. Enumerating the moral flaws which delineate Frank Richards’s classic character, Patrick Weymouth mentions ...

Amphibious Green

Daniel Soar: Barry McCrea

3 November 2005
First Verse 
by Barry McCrea.
Carroll and Graf, 355 pp., £14.95, June 2005, 0 7867 1513 8
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... and sleep, and forget what month it is, and suffer the embarrassment of having their eyes turn green. As the story begins, McCrea’s 19-year-old protagonist, Niall Lenihan – ‘So few letters, all repeated and rearranged’ – has just taken up a scholarship in English and French at Trinity College Dublin. It’s a familiar world he enters: on his ...

Green Thoughts

Colin Ward

19 January 1989
Seasons of the Seal 
by Fred Bruemmer and Brian Davies.
Bloomsbury, 160 pp., £16.95, October 1988, 0 7475 0214 5
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Whale Nation 
by Heathcote Williams.
Cape, 191 pp., £15, August 1988, 0 224 02555 4
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Falling for a dolphin 
by Heathcote Williams.
Cape, 47 pp., £4.95, November 1988, 0 224 02659 3
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Prisoners of the Seas 
by K.A. Gourlay.
Zed, 256 pp., £25.95, November 1988, 0 86232 686 9
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Progress for a Small Planet 
by Barbara Ward.
Earthscan, 298 pp., £5.95, September 1988, 1 85383 028 3
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Future Earth: Exploring the Frontiers of Space 
edited by Nigel Calder and John Newell.
Christopher Helm, 255 pp., £14.95, November 1988, 9780747004202
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Sizewell B: An Anatomy of the Enquiry 
by Timothy O’Riordan, Ray Kemp and Michael Purdue.
Macmillan, 474 pp., £45, September 1988, 0 333 38944 1
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Early Green Politics 
by Peter Gould.
Harvester, 225 pp., £29.95, June 1988, 0 7108 1192 6
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Dreamers of the Absolute 
by Hans Magnus Enzensberger.
Radius, 312 pp., £7.95, October 1988, 0 09 173240 9
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The Coming of the Green
by Jonathon Porritt and David Winner.
Fontana, 287 pp., £4.95, September 1988, 0 00 637244 9
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Ecology and Socialism 
by Martin Ryle.
Radius, 122 pp., £5.95, October 1988, 0 09 182247 5
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... times that of Sunday worshippers in the Church of England. Each of us has some links with the green movement and each of these books reflect one or other of these concerns. Everyone outside the farming industry is outraged by its subsidised destruction of woodlands, hedges, wetlands and wildlife, as well as by the pollution of water sources by nitrogenous ...
17 December 1981
The Mind’s I: Fantasies and Reflections on Self and Soul 
edited by Douglas Hofstadter and Daniel Dennett.
Harvester, 448 pp., £9.95, November 1981, 0 7108 0352 4
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... Both this and the following statement are false. Douglas Hofstadter and Daniel Dennett’s book is well worth £9.95. One does not have to be a philosopher to realise that I have already gone further than a humble book-reviewer should. The value of the book under review is, you might think, a matter of opinion. Not so ...
19 November 2015
... moment conscious that there co- exist a thousand others? I flinched when the tongue of the thin green snake flickered as I slid through the hedge; American milk tasted different, while in blurry black-and-white an eager villain heaved his shield at Fluid-Man, who changed, chuckling aloud, into mist or stream, or slanting rain. I saw, amazed, a cartoon ...

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Daniel Soar: Terror Plots

21 October 2010
... You remember the scenario: on 5 January 2003 a number of Algerians were arrested in Wood Green and charged with manufacturing ricin, a poison that had lingered in the public consciousness since the killing of a Bulgarian dissident on Waterloo Bridge in 1978 with a ricin-filled dart fired from an umbrella. When the news got out on 8 January a skull ...

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Daniel Soar: Mobile surveillance

14 August 2008
... last month – can now download an application that displays a friend’s location as a bright green dot on a map. In 2009, phones running Google’s Android operating system will be able to show you in pictures how to reach that green dot while avoiding traffic snarl-ups and stray hurricanes; they’ll also tell you how ...

Lost Boys

Andrew O’Hagan

8 June 1995
... later that day, I searched the long field of stones around the Chapel for traces of a missing boy. Daniel Handley, aged nine, had been missing from his home on the Windsor Park Estate since the previous Sunday. As I made my way down the field, losing sight of other people, I grew more and more uneasy. This was the largest patch of scrub near to ...

At the Royal Academy

Daniel Soar: Renzo Piano

3 January 2019
... you start to think about the person who dreamed it up: the architect, Renzo Piano, who with a green felt tip on a napkin over lunch in Berlin sketched out what a newcomer to the London skyline might look like. He thought of masts and spires and all the things that lived along the Thames; the early drawings show experiments with a more sail-like ...

In Central Park

Hal Foster: The Gates

3 March 2005
... Yet the hue was off, at least to my eyes: the light orange was too close to both the bleached green of the grass and the smoky grey of the trees to make for a vivid contrast. Sometimes the banners did catch the light or the breeze to flow like veils or shimmer like kites, but often the nylon hung rather dull and limp like big tarps or giant laundry. Red ...

The Terror Trail

Tariq Ali: The real story of Daniel Pearl

20 May 2004
A Mighty Heart: The Brave Life and Death of My Husband, Daniel Pearl 
by Mariane Pearl.
Virago, 278 pp., £7.99, March 2004, 1 84408 126 5
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Who Killed Daniel Pearl? 
by Bernard-Henri Lévy.
Duckworth, 454 pp., £20, September 2003, 0 7156 3261 2
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... during the first two years of the ‘war on terror’ have already been forgotten. An exception is Daniel Pearl, the South Asia bureau chief of the Wall Street Journal, who, early in 2002, was lured to a fashionable restaurant in Karachi, kidnapped and then executed by his captors. A video showing Pearl’s throat being slit was distributed to the Western ...

How terribly kind

Edmund White: Gilbert and George

1 July 1999
Gilbert & George: A Portrait 
by Daniel Farson.
HarperCollins, 240 pp., £19.99, March 1999, 0 00 255857 2
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... Daniel Farson was polite, self-deprecating, impressed by modesty and authenticity, grateful for favours, careful to keep track when it was his turn to buy drinks (which he often did). Gilbert and George, by contrast, are utterly stylised: they speak in relays, move like robots and strongly hint that there is no within within ...

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Daniel Soar: What Ahmadinejad Meant

25 May 2006
... Popper would like the Ahmadinejad letter. He has printed 1000 copies of Ulysses, bound in dark green paper, with the words alphabetically arranged. The first five pages are taken up with the letter ‘a’, but it soon takes off into pleasing Joycean babble. ‘Mamma mamma Mamma Mamma mammal MAMMAMUFFLERED mammary’: that sort of thing. The closing pages ...

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Daniel Finn: Tax Havens

9 July 2009
... cause for alarm. The Jersey police were bemused to see the hooligans waiting for the light to turn green before crossing the road. The nearest thing to a disturbance came early on as a large contingent from Attac configured themselves so that the letters on the back of their jackets would read paradis fiscal, enfer social (the ‘o’ kept wandering off just ...

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Daniel Soar: Julian Assange

18 February 2016
... Ai’s 81-day imprisonment at a scale of 2:1: wax models of a miniature Ai being monitored by green-clad guards – you climbed up steps (following an excited queue) to peer in at him being interrogated, eating, sleeping, having a shower, sitting on the toilet. The man himself, demanding to be looked at: the installation seemed to be meant ...

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