Bernard Levin and The Indexer

Bell, Hazel K.
April 2005
Indexer;Apr2005, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p127
Academic Journal
The article presents a correspondence between the author, the editor of The Indexer journal and the late journalist Bernard Levin.


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