This Folio Life: Folio at 70

Posted on 07/09/2017

It is always – whatever one might say to the contrary – interesting to know what one’s peers think of you. A birthday is as good an opportunity as any to elicit such views, and it was with this in min …

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Monday, 5th June 2017

Posted on 05/06/2017

The Folio Society does not often hold launch parties, and there was a good reason to make an exception for the Bayeux Tapestry. If ever a publication needs to be seen to be understood, this is it. We …

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Press Release: The Mark of the Horse Lord

Posted on 06/09/2017

The Mark of the Horse Lord Rosemary Sutcliff Introduced by Philip Reeve Illustrated by Felix Miall ‘Simply the best twentieth-century historical novelist to have written about early Britain’ kevin cro …

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Press Release: Period Piece

Posted on 06/09/2017

Period Piece: The Cambridge Childhood of Charles Darwin’s Granddaughter Gwen Raverat Introduced by the author ‘Period Piece is an altogether delightful book… the humour is infectious, the figures en …

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Press Release: A Life in Letters and Diaries

Posted on 06/09/2017

A Life in Letters and Diaries George Orwell Edited and Introduced by Peter Davidson A Folio Society Exclusive Few writers can command as great a cultural and political legacy as George Orwell. Yet beh …

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Press Release: And Then There Were None

Posted on 06/09/2017

And Then There Were None Agatha Christie Illustrated by David Lupton ‘The most colossal achievement of a colossal career’ New Statesman Agatha Christie’s best-loved novel and the seventh best-selling …

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