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Maria Isabel

Graham Hough, 22 January 1981

The Duchess’s Diary 
by Robin Chapman.
Boudicca Books, 126 pp., £3.95, February 1980, 0 9506715 0 9
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The Interceptor Pilot 
by Kenneth Gangemi.
Boyars, 127 pp., £5.95, November 1980, 0 7145 2699 1
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Judgment Day 
by Penelope Lively.
Heinemann, 167 pp., £6.95, November 1980, 0 434 42738 1
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by Niall Quinn.
Wolfhound, 163 pp., £5.95, December 1980, 0 905473 61 2
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... is dissipated by uncertainty of aim. Voyovic is a first collection of stories by an Irish writer, Niall Quinn. He has had the classic formation for a certain kind of modern novelist: went to sea at 16, served in merchant navies all over the world, worked in South America, the US and Bangladesh, has been a factory hand, a dish-washer and a barman. The ...

Flailing States

Pankaj Mishra: Anglo-America Loses its Grip, 16 July 2020

... is the ultimate force in rolling back terrorism and tyranny.’ In the New York Times magazine, Niall Ferguson urged Americans to re-establish with ‘military force’ the British empire of ‘free trade’ and ‘balanced budgets’. In a cover story, the Atlantic described torture as a ‘necessary evil’. Andrew Sullivan called for the ‘extermination ...

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