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The best thing about Christmas in France? It’s all over in a day

15 December 2018

9:00 AM

15 December 2018

9:00 AM

Just back from a few days in Rome — the perfect small metropolis for ‘street-haunting’, as Cyril Connolly described his love of strolling through cities. I first went to Rome in 1976, aiming to interview — for my university magazine — three of the writers who lived there or thereabouts at the time.

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