Archive for the ‘Penguin Books’ Category
Today has seen a disappointing lack of coverage regarding Penguin Awareness Day. Hopefully the various news networks will realise the error of their ways and make amends on World Penguin Day later in the year.
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The London trip brought fresh opportunities to add to the Penguin collection, although this time new examples rather than those with a previous life elsewhere. The first, ‘Roy Lichtenstein – How Modern Art Was Saved By Donald Duck’ by Alastair Sooke, I found on our visit to the Tate Modern, (presumably in advance of […]
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Tags: 1984, A Good Parcel of English Soil, Alastair Sooke, C B Savage Esq, David Pearson, George Orwell, London Penguin, London Transport Museum, London Underground, Penguin's Great Ideas, Richard Mabey, Roy Lichtenstein - How Modern Art Was Saved By Donald Duck, Tate Modern.Books v. cigarettes, The Ephemerist Society, The Metropolitan Line