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Archive for May, 2008

May 2008 in Black Lamb

Volume 6, Number 5 — May 2008

May 1st, 2008

The Black Lamb Review of Books

In our the cover story of our third annual Black Lamb Review of Books, Editor Terry Ross summarizes a rich issue focusing on biography and contends that travel books can often be considered biographical. In A beautiful mind Rebecca Owen appreciates mathematician G.H. Hardy’s elegant little apologia. William Bogert remembers seeing the late William F. Buckley, Jr. in action in An extraordinary man. Gillian Wilce characterizes polymath Alan Bennett’s Untold stories as a Box of delights.

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