Three provocative reads that offer a brief respite from the burden of family at Christmas-time.
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A collection of twelve provocative essays by the philosopher and political thinker Roger Scruton. Each ‘confession’ reveals an aspect of the author’s thinking that his critics would probably hav...
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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