Thursday, 12 October 2006

Readings from the fringe

Newly arrived popular non-fiction includes books on zines, Irish folklore, oil depletion and African Americans during the American Revolution. Candida Crewe discovers there is more to life than constantly thinking about what she eats or daren't. Robert F. Kennedy accuses Bush and his 'corporate pals' of high-jacking American democracy. A collection of essays by Bernard Williams explore the history of philosophy.

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