The senecans by peter stothard review at the court of margaret thatcher this stylish memoir from the former times editor recalls the politics of the 1980s through the prism of ancient rome . The senecans is an example of how i got boonswoggled into reading a book because of a glowing review from a source i respected ahem wall street journal the premise sounded great peter stothard is editor of the times literary supplement and former editor of the times a mysterious young woman . During the interview the offices from where he long observed british politics are being systematically flattened by wrecking balls from the dust and destruction of a collapsing newspaper plant emerge portraits of the senecans four of the men who made the thatcher court so different from that of her successors. The senecans four men and margaret thatcher book stothard peter ww nortonrenowned author peter stothards third book of classical memoir skillfully blends history philosophy and political intriguea year after the death of margaret thatcher a young historian arrives to ask peter stothard editor of the time literary supplement and former editor of the time some sharp questions about . The senecans book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers
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