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The Lord and Mistress of Misrule: Bulgakov’s Master and Margarita – perfect Yuletide readingPosted in Art, Fiction & Politics,Ballots & Books Berlioz’s life was so arranged that he was not accustomed to seeing unusual phenomena. But Satan is visiting the brave new world of Soviet Moscow and bent on mischief. ‘How’, Satan asks: can man be directing things, if he not only lacks the capacity to draw ...
Santa isn’t DeadTwas a plain simple Sunday. And a girl lay awake, looking up out of the window of her tower-bedroom. The window was frosty and outside the world was chilly and damp. It was Christmas day. Well, for anyone else – any other students slumbering sluggishly that simple Sunday morning – it was just another Sunday ...
Dark energy in WestminsterThis is a guest blog by Dr Clare Burrage who works at the Particle Theory Group within the School of Physics and Astronomy. It complements the post by Professor Philip Moriarty that I cross-posted recently. Here is Clare’s story about her experience of Westminster: When I told friends and colleagues that I was going to ...