In which I am bamboozled (once again) by the LRB.
The latest edition of the London Review of Books contains an unprecedented number of chortles. By which, I mean two.
In ‘New Problems in Medical Ethics’ (1956), Peter Flood, a Benedictine, stated that Christians in pain should accept suffering ‘as permitted by God for our betterment’.
London Review of Books commits tautological gaff shock!
In which I have a letter published in the London Review of Books