Category Archives: Essays
I totally disagree with Polly Toynbee’s miserable attack on Corbyn (13/12/19) in the Gruniad. The problem, as I see it, is that the toffs can always count on the working class to attack the middle class, since the workers perceive … Continue reading
There is a new review of The Step is the Foot . It’s by Alan Price in the Fortnightly. Follow all our posts on the blog of Grey Suit Editions, click link below. Grey Suit Editions This year we published two … Continue reading
Walter de Maria Lightning Field 1977 This talk for Norfolk Contemporary Art Society in Norwich, Wednesday 2nd October, 2019, is in essence a much edited amalgam of two of my essays in Art and its Dark Side: the eight rivers … Continue reading
Rome and Nubia With this link to an excellent documentary about what happened after the deaths of Anthony and Cleopatra, I’m going to open a post I shall return to on Nubia. It was thus I was introduced to Queen … Continue reading
For a round-up of good late Summer reads go to The Fortnightly Review Post-Summer Reading: Hebdomeros by Giorgio de Chirico; introduction by John Ashbery (1992 edition) Exact Change | 258 pp | £14.93 $17.95 . Tales I Told My Mother by Robert … Continue reading
Viscount Bullingdon is the son of the Right Honourable Sir Charles Lyndon, the deceased husband of Lady Lyndon, who Redmond Barry, Irish adventurer and opportunist, inveigles into a marriage that will be advantageous to him. He does so by the … Continue reading
Here is the link to our Launch for Grey Suit Editions on 20 Sept 19 Two books for the price of one – only at this free event!