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Out Of Africa

David Dennis looks at the lives and loyalties of Rider Haggard and Joseph Conrad. North Lodge St LeonardsPICTURE: David Dennis There are some fascinating coincidences in the lives of these two writers: Rider Haggard wrote about Africa at the same…
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Sausage Life

The column which believes that although Cod does exist, some chips are fake  MYSELF: Brexit is beginning to feel like a painful case of recurring haemorrhoids. I sense that we are all about to be engulfed by an avalanche of…
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A Journey Home

Gareth Stevens reviews the Tom Hunter exhibition curated by Lucy Bell and David Rhodes at Hastings Museum. Tom Hunter’s photographic portraits of Hastings taxi drivers are brimful with tenderness and empathy. They celebrate the deep inclusivity of our coastal town…
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Sausage Life

The column which thinks that facts are merely irritating obstacles blocking the road to truth MYSELF: I’m trying to find out who are the world’s most punchable people. That is to say, those whose ubiquitous inventions are neither use nor…
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Sausage Life

The column which thinks that in a desert, even a mirage is a relief READER: So what did you do for Valentine’s Day?MYSELF: Oh, the usual. The night before, I had my friend Banksy stencil a satirical depiction of the…
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