Andrew Barrow

Whatever Next?

Ceaseless Turmoil: Diaries 1988-1982

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Where do we now stand on James Lees-Milne? In particular, what do we make of these spooky, posthumously published diaries arriving every other year from beyond the grave? Are they tailing off or getting better and better? And what do they tell us about the dear departed diarist himself? Is he the nicest, sweetest man who ever lived, or a hoity-toity old sour puss?

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