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“It will become a classic,” says Dominic Green in the current issue of Commentary, in a review of Fault Lines, a memoir by David Pryce-Jones.
In a 10-minute conversation with The Bookmonger, Pryce-Jones describes his boyhood during the Second World War, when he thrilled to the sights and sounds of the Blitz, even as his parents’ home in London was destroyed. He also talks about how he became a writer, in a career that led him to become an insightful observer of Arab culture, both its glory during his early life and its decline ever since.
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