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It’s sometimes hard to remember all the things in A Month in the Country that Turgenev was not allowed to say. In mid-nineteenth century Russia, the threat of censorship was a constant presence. If writers crossed the line, they could be…

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Dad, Londoner, walker. Mainly writing about theatre in the age of climate change

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