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by Oenone Williams

Bring me sunshine

IT IS halfway through May, and I’m sitting at my desk wearing three cardigans and watching cherry blos­som drift down in melancholy flakes on to the cold garden. And this is the south of England. In the north, ap­par­ently, they’ve had frost. It is enough to give even the hardiest psyche a bad dose of Seasonal Affect­ive Disorder.

As always, the cure is a book: in this case, Sunshine, by Robert ...

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