Monthly Archives: March 2010

Book Review: Drawing Fire by Private Len Smith

Drawing Fire is the diary and drawings of a private who served in World War I. He signed up in September 1914, and served in France from sometime early in 1915 through to the end of the war. I heard … Continue reading

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Footnotes not endnotes please!

One thing that’s annoyed me while reading the classics has been the use of endnotes in preference to footnotes. Books like Anna Karenina, War and Peace, and Crime and Punishment have a lot of endnotes, so I found myself running … Continue reading

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