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Owl and the Pussycat

Honey and plenty of money: one of Anne Mortimer’s charmingly detailed illustrations to Edward Lear’s The Owl and the Pussycat, in a colourful paperback edition (Templar, £5.99; 1-84011-358-8). At the end of the book, in a biographical note about Lear, are two stanzas of his unfinished sequel to the poem

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Where the track leads from Rio

Where the track leads from Rio

As the Olympic participants head home from Rio, Nick Watson explores the growing relationship between sport and the Churches  Subscribe to read more

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A Broadway guide to the narrow way

Christians could learn much from a revolutionary musical sensation, argues Rachel Mann  Subscribe to read more

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