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Guardian Unlimited Books | Review | Review: The Cup of the World by John Dickinson

In Guardian Review Jan Mark reviews
The Cup of the World by John Dickinson

"The whole book is a luminous animation of those misleadingly termed Flemish Primitives: detailed, glowing rich and unforgettable." JAN MARK

The Review also publishes a letter from me [scroll down ot 'It's not child's play'] concerning the recent spate of negative reviews by peer group authors. It's an unsatisfactory letter, foolishly submitted late at night, and fails completely to make the point that prompted me to write - namely a concern that encouraging a critical fray amongst authors in a community as intimate as that of children's books in the UK, whilst being diverting for mediawatchers such as ACHUKA, might not be such a good idea for the general health of children's publishing.

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