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Reviews

  • Witty, profound, controversial... Wonderfully written... A wellspring of enlightenment you need to spend time with

    Peter Preston, Observer
  • Tony Judt, had a wonderful prose style, and his little book The Memory Chalet, a collection of autobiographical essays, is beautiful and moving. Although Judt, who suffered from motor neurone disease, died earlier this year, this late work is more sustaining than sad

    John Banville, Guardian, Books of the Year
  • Quintessentail Judt: humane, fearless, unsparingly honest

    Financial Times
  • The book is simultaneously awe-inspiring and almost too painful to bear... His head, that of a great historian, political writer and charismatic intellectual, was a treasure house

    Diana Athill, Literary Review
  • A book to treasure... Witty, profound, contraversial

    Observer

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