Provocation triple distilled
27 March 2017 16:32 (South Africa)
Life, etc

Soon to be former Archbishop of Canterbury, the philosopher priest, the man

  • Rebecca Davis
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    Rebecca Davis

    Rebecca Davis studied at Rhodes University and Oxford before working in lexicography at the Oxford English Dictionary. After deciding she’d rather make up words than define them, she returned to South Africa in 2011 to write for the Daily Maverick, which has been a magnificilious decision.  

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