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‘It had been winter for God knows how long’ – ‘The Magic Mountain’ by Thomas Mann.

One of the best things about winter is the way it offers the perfect excuse for semi-hibernation, complete with self-indulgent eating, dozing and reading. It’s even better when the books you’re immersed in involve characters, in the depth of winter, … Continue reading

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