Sunday 16 June 2019
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Newman “blue plaques” in Bloomsbury (privately erected), Ham (GLC), and EC2 (City of London) hint at why Joanna Bogle’s slim Newman’s London: A pilgirim’s handbook is not as odd an idea as it may seem; drawings by Malgorzata Brykczynska (Gracewing, £7.99 (£7.20); 978-0-85244-941-7)
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