Both Liberating Dylan Thomas and Notes from the End of History suggest we damage our own souls – and the hope of the world – if we abandon the passions of adolescence in favour of becoming rigidly sensible adults. Beyond that, and Swansea, they have little in common. For a start, Bounds’ memoir is a […]
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