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persist. . . ONE EVENING last week, as I was lying in bed reading about the rise of religious persecution in the 11th and 12th centuries (I have always had diffi- culty distinguishing my Cathars...Read more
In the sack with Sartre Taki Gstaad Mind you, for the father of existential - ism to be lousy in the sack is pretty ridiculous. As Joseph Moncure March wrote in his sexy jazz poem, The Ty, Lid...Read more
LIFE is a struggle between irony and dis- gust. When I tire of one I fly to the other. I am thus in a state of constant vacillation. It is difficult even now to say which of them is a more...Read more
Tony Gould DON'T CALL IT NIGHT by Amos Oz Chatto, £14.99, pp. 200 A t the end of Amos Oz's new novel there is a cast-list two pages long, which comes as a bit of a surprise, since this is neither...Read more
I'm amazing - so are you! James Delingpole S o I didn't get eaten by the sharks in the end. Which was nice. Except the annoying thing is, my ordeal by great white sharks wasn't quite the...Read more
Time to kick the craving for private happiness CHARLES MOORE Love in a palace is perhaps at last More grievous torment than a hermit's fast: h at is Keats's view, and it may well be true. But...Read more
Suddenly, it's quite normal for Britons to have it means for our souls as well as our bodies IF THE American dream has a face, it ought to be that of Mrs Jocelyn Wilden- stein. She is the wife of...Read more