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Thursday, September 21, 2006

Thanks, Harry

Look at it this way: the success of Master Potter boosted his publisher Bloomsbury's fortunes so much that they were able to concentrate on expanding their list and putting out other notable works. Thus it is that chairman Nigel Newton announced "the strongest autumn programme in our 20-year history", with "books as diverse as David Blunkett's political memoirs, the latest from William Dalrymple and Margaret Atwood, Schott's Almanac and even the collected speeches of Gordon Brown."


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