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1999-07-00
Gulliver in Automobilia - What would Jonathan Swift's famous creation make of the infatuations of the modern world? Find out in this classic parody by Nicholas Gould, written in Swiftian English.
1971-07-00
Has Oxford a future? - published in The Ecologist Vol. 1 No. 13, July 1971. By Helen Turner. Oxford, like most of our cities, is being ruined simply so that more and more motor ears can be accommodated. If this process goes on much longer it will become uninhabitable, as is rapidly becoming the case with most urban areas in the USA.
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