Three provocative reads that offer a brief respite from the burden of family at Christmas-time.
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In this collection of hard hitting essays by Roger Scruton each 'confession' reveals an aspect of the author's thinking that his critics would probably advice him to keep to himself. Scruton challenge...
A seasonal anthology of Christmas-themed writings to savour during the highs and lows of Christmas Day, introduced by Gyles Brandreth. This delightful book offers a diverse array of classic and conte...
John Berger, art critic, novelist and long-time smoker, joins forces again with Turkish writer and illustrator Selçuk Demirel. This charming pictorial essay reflects on the cultural implications of s...
‘Is anybody beginning to feel it a burden, this sweet festival of charity and good-will, and to look forward to it with a sense of apprehension?’ – Charles Dudley Warner
On Christmas: A Seasonal Anthology introduced by Gyles Brandreth
Confessions of a Heretic by Roger Scruton
Smoke by John Berger and Selcuk Demirel
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