An omnivorous reader recounts how her love of books helped define her childhood.
As a child reading Raymond Briggs’ When the Wind Blows, Lucy Mangan responded to the threat of a nuclear holocaust by quietly thinking, “As long as there are enough books in the bunker, how bad can it really be?”
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September 22-28 2018