I understand that an article of mine which appeared in your February issue entitled ” Enthusiastus Extinctus ” has caused a fluttering in certain dovecotes, where it has been inferred that “the writer was frightened to sign it.”
I shall be grateful, therefore, if you will publish this letter to confirm that the article was signed in the usual way. I am, Yours, etc.,
Liverpool. ANTHONY PHELPS.
Discovering shere bliss
Old-fashioned pursuits brought alive in a quiet Surrey village When a friend invited me to a hill climb in Surrey I thought he mean rambling; instead we watched E-type, Bentley,…
"Miles aircraft since 1925"
by Don L. Brown. 420 pp. 8-3/4 -in. x 5-1/2-in. (Putnam & Co. Ltd., 9, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2. 105s.) This is another of Putnam's prolific spate of…
In trying to decide which make to feature this month I thought of the Maxwell, but I expect you have had quite enough of that name for the time being!…