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Articles > 2013 > 8 February > Reviews > Book reviews >

Of Linotype and archdeacons’ letters

Margaret Duggan reads a proprietor-editor's memoirs

Pilgrim's Progress: A self-portrait
Bernard Palmer
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WHEN Bernard Palmer - fourth generation of the Palmer dynasty that founded and owned the Church Times - came down from Cambridge with a good classics degree, an Eton scholarship, and his National Service behind him, he had no real idea what should come next. His ...

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