Anna Raccoon is very popular — 10 Comments

  1. I miss the Raccoon, never afraid to piss on the conventional view no matter (the Duncroft/Savile posts were just fantastic), they don’t make ’em like that any more, and more’s the pity.

    • You’re not alone in missing her incisive analysis and pomposity puncturing, a sad loss to the blogosphere – but full marks to Grandad for preserving her literary legacy.

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