by Gill Paul
The best novels about real people make us re-evaluate the subject and perhaps alter our preconceived ideas.
by Walter G. Moss
It is the chance to stand back and observe the whole human story, with all its tragedies and comedies, and like Shakespeare think “What a piece of work is man!”
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