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"Poverty of goods is easily cured; poverty of the mind is irreparable.".

  • By Stuart Ian Burns
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly one post per week
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Dec 2022 19
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Feb 2023 9
Mar 2023 6
Apr 2023 5
May 2023 20
Jun 2023 9
Jul 2023 9
Aug 2023 5
Sep 2023 5
Oct 2023 8
Nov 2023 12
Dec 2023 45
Jan 2024 9
Feb 2024 3
Mar 2024 5
Apr 2024 2
May 2024 4

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Most recent posts

"Hoo-ray, it's Saturday, School's out so watch out."
TV As ever this isn't a review but gosh darn let's talk about tonight's Doctor Who which was one for the ages and may end up in the small list of episodes which define an …
On , by Stuart Ian Burns, 1,074 words
Shakespeare First Folios: A Checklist
Books Let's formalise things. Since it looks like my latest mad project is going to be looking at all the extant First Folios either in person or on a screen, find after the fold a …
On , by Stuart Ian Burns, 1,089 words
Shakespeare's First Folio on Screen: A Bodleian Library Folio (32).
Books Twelve Books That Changed The World (2006) is a book and four part ITV documentary series in which Melvyn Bragg highlights a series of British volumes which he thinks, have had the most profound …
On , by Stuart Ian Burns, 1,245 words