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22 Sep 1:30pm Oh, please, give me a break! I don’t have time for all your dramatising | Sophie Heawood
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What is it about today’s cultural offerings? Wherever you look, we’ve lost the art of brevityImmensely pleasing to see the chairman of the Booker prize judging panel, on announcing its shortlist, admit the judges had to read an awful lot of waffle to get to that point. “We occasionally felt that inside the book we read was a better one – sometimes a thinner one – wildly signalling to be let out,” said Kwame Anthony Appiah. It’s not that he’s opposed to long books – the man went on to emphasise that
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How Salzburg dealt Theresa May a crippling blow
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Fit in my 40s: ‘It’s not Grand Theft Auto thrilling. But VR running is incredible’ | Zoe Williams 22 Sep 2:00am Fit in my 40s: ‘It’s not Grand Theft Auto thrilling. But VR running is incredible’ | Zoe Williams
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There might be a 5k for beginners starting in 15 minutes, and when you join it you can see all these avatars running with you
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