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The Survival of the Coolest Reviews

The book has been getting a lot of attention. What follow are reviews and profiles of William Pryor published since November 2003.

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  • Bath Literature Festival 2004 brochure
  • Bristol Evening Post November 2003 Profile page 1
  • Bristol Evening Post November 2003 Profile page 2
  • Bristol Evening Post November 2003 Profile page 3
  • Bristol Evening Post November 2003 Profile page 4
  • Bristol Evening Post November 2003 Review.pdf
  • Cambridge Evening News December 2003 page 1
  • Cambridge Evening News December 2003 page 2
  • Cambridgeshire Magazine December 03
  • The Bath Chronicle profile November 2003
  • The Bookseller Magazine article August 2003
  • The Scotsman Review December 2003
  • Venue Magazine profile November 2003
  • Venue Magazine Review December 2003
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    It looks wonderful and I can see that I shall enjoy reading it. The illustrations are especially good. Warmest Congratulations!
    Professor S D Keynes

    Woolf & the Raverats arrived today in fine condition. We are very pleased with it and look forward to reading the lovely type on fine paper.
    Jim Bishop

    It's a fascinating and, of course, unique book.
    Peter Kettle

    The publication of these letters in one volume brings into focus an unusually compassionate aspect of Virginia Woolf. Jacques Raverat's lucid, unsentimental letters to Woolf are dictated to his wife, the artist Gwen, as he is dying in France. Very moving, they are a compelling read.
    (Henrietta Garnett, great niece of Virginia Woolf and author of Family Skeletons)
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