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Michael Frayn on the State of Britain and the Future of Theatre

posted on 14 Sep 2020

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Michael Frayn was born in the suburbs of London, in 1933. He studied philosophy at Cambridge, in the nineteen-fifties, before becoming a reporter and columnist for the Guardian and then a star columnist for the Observer in the sixties—experiences he put to wry use in “Towards the End of the Morning,” a novel about world-weary Fleet Street hacks, published in 1967. 

Read the full article on this link to The New Yorker