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This unique book is published to coincide with the centenary of Frank Sinatra who was born on 12th D..
According to legend, Jean Cocteau took to opium in 1923 to assuage his grief at the early death of h..
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August 2020, available to pre-orderA guide to life and its biggest ideas, from birth to death, Plato..
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