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Prison, Pumping Iron and Performance

“It is only through imagination that men become aware of what the world might be.” xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxBertrand Russell, Education and the Good Life. These days, the emphasis of the penal system is on teaching inmates ‘functional skills’, abilities which are supposed … Continue reading

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Writing a Book

By Vyvyan Holland I found this article many years ago in the June 1958 edition of Harper’s Bazaar (in those days it still carried adverts in French!). Written by the son of Oscar Wilde, in an age before creative writing … Continue reading

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