Mike Poulton on literary tradition

Thursday 19th December 2013

Fortune’s Fool. Photo: Sheila Burnett
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Quote of the day: “I have a vision of an old wooden bridge to past literary glories being slowly demolished by educationalists with hatchet and crowbar from above just as its props are loosened by axe-wielding teachers and examiners below.” (Mike Poulton’s ‘Programme Note’ to Ivan Turgenev’s Fortune’s Fool)

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