BOOKS: On the bedside table of ... Judith Mayhew

BOOKS: On the bedside table of ... Judith Mayhew - 'I've just finished Liza Dalby's delightful The Tale of Murasaki, which pieces together fragments of writings of an 11th-century Japanese woman at the Emperor's court. Next on my list is my colleague Pete

by JUDITH MAYHEW, chairman of the policy and resources committee ofthe Corporation of London
Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

'I've just finished Liza Dalby's delightful The Tale of Murasaki, which pieces together fragments of writings of an 11th-century Japanese woman at the Emperor's court. Next on my list is my colleague Peter Hennessy's book The Prime Minister.'

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