Monthly Archives: August 2014

Patrick Leigh Fermor, Budapest, fate of former girlfriend

The best dreams of an ancient lineage are often had on beds of straw. This is the thought that engages me as I stand outside the house where Patrick Leigh Fermor’s former girlfriend strangled her flatmate in 1969. This end … Continue reading

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W H Auden Austria Kirchstetten Vienna

MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN writes about a 30 year fascination with W.H. Auden in ‘Silence Turned Into Objects : W. H. Auden in Kirchstetten, edited by Ricarda Denzer and Prof Monika Seidl and published by Literature Edition Niederosterreich. An Honoured Guest (In … Continue reading

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