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To London, with Love: For Every Man of Words

Ivan Lett—

Rare is the book campaign that immensely satisfies both personally and professionally. As work began for The Richard Burton Diaries, edited by Chris Williams, there was a typical shape to the assumptions for such a book coming from Yale University Press: 1,010 more words

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From London with Love

Harrison received a postcard in the mail recently from his grandparents in England who had been to visit the home of Beatrix Potter – the “mother” of Peter Rabbit.

Life

To London, with Love: Nights Out in SoHo

Ivan Lett—

Judith Walkowitz is my kind of historian. She’s interested in the same kinds of topics as I am: cultural history, social history, women’s history, and applies them to my favorite time and place: early twentieth-century London. 295 more words

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To London, with Love: Dazzled and Deceived by Nature

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Ivan Lett—

Before I was seduced by the glitz and glam of book publishing, a little-known fact was that I wanted to be a geneticist. 417 more words

History

To London, with Love: For the Fighter, Not Your Lover

Ivan Lett—

Despite recent posts, I am not inclined to change the title of this column to “War!”, as one e-mail suggestion read…. If I seem stuck on the topic of recent books on World War II, it is primarily because: 411 more words

Biography

To London, with Love: An Island Changes the World

Ivan Lett—

Continuing my reading on World War II, it’s almost a needless point to make that December 7 was arguably the turning point of conflict. 481 more words

Military History

To London, with Love: For the Fashionably Late

Ivan Lett—

It has been observed many times, many ways, how late the United States entered World War II, much to the chagrin of its European friends fighting the Axis Powers. 388 more words

Military History