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On church kneelers

July 10, 2017 Joanna Bogle 5

“We have something for you,” said the manageress, with a pardonably smug smile, as soon as I entered the coffee-shop. And she went to a door, rummaged in the cupboard and produced—my bag with my […]

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Night and Soho

June 6, 2017 Joanna Bogle 1

The lanterns glow through the dusk as the summer evening darkens into twilight. Meanwhile revelers in the garden square make their way slowly to the gates as the park-keeper gradually rounds them up. More noisily, […]