THE life of a journalist is not unlike that of a scene-shifter in a theatre, who sees the great and the celebrated close at hand, acquires a bowing acquaintance with them, admires them for their performance, but stops this side of idolatry because he finds that they are merely human beings.By BEVERLEY BAXTER10 min
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