Here (thanks JD):
Rudyard Kipling, renowned for his brilliant books celebrating marital glory at the height of the British Empire, was also left a broken man when John â€“ a chronically short sighted teenager â€“ was cut down in the mud and rain of northern France.
So perhaps not really. I suppose Kipling might now want to alter the penultimate stanza to include providing cheap copy for the Daily Quail.
- Why does the Chartres cathedral renovation have to be so damn cautious?
Martin Filler -(faux?) outraged New York dandy- is certainly a giggle. If he had any serious interest in France or the
- St George’s Day massacre
San Jordi in Barcelona, and millions of females who would be perfectly happy eating hay are receiving roses from males who
- Cross-border hospital access
This would much better news if the Zapatero and Villepin, instead of merely consenting to allow citizens to use the nearest
- Unstoppable, he removed the flint from his eye, re-mounted his bike and finished the stage
Dave has kindly sent me the URL of the online version of a superb book packed with brilliant photos, The story
- Two serious IT/system problems at Bicing
They screw up, you pay.