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May 2024
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Football’s greatest crisis: back in 1905, people were dying from the game. It took repeated intervention by the President of the United States and two sweeping rules changes to create the much safer sport we watch today…works by the portraitist Irving Wiles, a natural successor to Sargent who was born just a little too late and today is virtually forgotten…Robert Louis Stevenson’s journey to California in pursuit of the woman he loved…the great American dinner party, and how you should have behaved…and, to help you make the transition to autumn, more.

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