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In my mind's eye : a thought diary / Jan Morris.

By: Morris, Jan, 1926-.
Publisher: London : Faber & Faber, 2018Description: 320 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780571340910.Subject(s): Morris, Jan, 1926-DDC classification: 920 Summary: One of the great chroniclers of the last sixty years, and a former soldier and journalist, she shares here her day-to-day thoughts on the world - at once funny, perceptive, wise, touching, wicked, scabrous and, above all, kind - and hr own place in it, all in her characteristically intimate voice. From cats to cars, travel to home, classical music to the great American songbook, Wales to the British Empire, marmalade to Megan Markle, the decline of the 'special relationship' to the spectre of Brexit, and of course books, her own and others', In my mind's eye is a cornucopia of delights.
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Biography 920 MOR (Browse shelf) Checked out 25/03/2019

A collection diary pieces written by Jan Morris over the course of 2017 and early 2018, some of which firs appeared in the Finantial Times and O'r Pedwar Gwynt.

One of the great chroniclers of the last sixty years, and a former soldier and journalist, she shares here her day-to-day thoughts on the world - at once funny, perceptive, wise, touching, wicked, scabrous and, above all, kind - and hr own place in it, all in her characteristically intimate voice. From cats to cars, travel to home, classical music to the great American songbook, Wales to the British Empire, marmalade to Megan Markle, the decline of the 'special relationship' to the spectre of Brexit, and of course books, her own and others', In my mind's eye is a cornucopia of delights.

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