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Description A Bodley Head Monograph, General Editor Kathleen Lines. Small volume, blue hard covers with black titles on the spine and the front plus illustration on the front. Minor edge wear. Light foxing on top... more

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“A delightful read!”

published 23/12/2011

AdvantagesAtmospheric, magical story

DisadvantagesMay be a little dated for some

...The Box of Delights is a children's book originally published in 1935. It was written by John Masefield, who was once the Poet Laureate. The book is a sequel to The Midnight Folk, and provides an interesting contrast, with The Midnight Folk being set in at the height of summer while The Box of Delights is set in the depths of winter, during the run up to Christmas. You don't have to read...

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“Dear John”

published 25/04/2015

AdvantagesA great idea for a film

DisadvantagesIt's not indepth enough

...Dear John Released in 2010 Certificate 12A A lovely Saturday afternoon and Dear John is on the television, I've never seen it before but have been interested in doing so for a while. I know it's based on a book written by Nicholas Sparks I've added it to my wish list of books and hope to read it at some point, I always find books are better than the films. The themes and issues within...

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“Aspects of John Lennon”

published 02/08/2015

AdvantagesExcellent Beatles and post-Beatles footage

DisadvantagesToo short, strange choice of interviewees, opinionated rather than factual

...FILM ONLY REVIEW NB: As the film I?m reviewing is a documentary, the options offered on Ciao?s ?Specific Criteria? section are largely irrelevant, but I?ve chosen the closest that I can. Inside John Lennon is a 2003 documentary on the man and his life, written by Henry Stephens and produced by Steve Stoliar. All four Beatles plus people associated with them appear as themselves in this film...

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