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Autumn 2006

Catriona Crowe  The view from street level

Jane Jacobs and the fate of our cities [essay]

Brian Dillon  The enemy within

The idiot Georges Bataille [review-essay]

Roy Foster  The red and the green

On Ken Loach’s pseudo-history The Wind that Shakes the Barley [essay]

Adrian Frazier  Thinking at the top of his voice

The life of Frank Harris, editor of genius, sexologist and scoundrel [essay]

Carlo Gébler  A Good Day for a Dog

A boy and his father go for a ride on the tractor

Vona Groarke  Remakes

King Kong and an Irish family

Michael West  How Ferencz Renyi kept silent

One of the peculiar things that can happen when you bunk off studying

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