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Freudenberg, friends and flukes

28 Mar 2006
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The best autobiographical works present two kinds of insight. First, by providing an inside story, the subject-writer gives the reader new and challenging perspectives on an interesting period. Second, memoirs help the reader understand the subject as a human being with whom they might empathise. Graham Freudenberg satisfies these expectations, writes Tony Smith.

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2006
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