Thank you to everyone who’s attended one of the talks I’ve given over the last few weeks. Giving more or less the same lecture again and again should be boring, but the questions afterwards have made the whole experience fascinating. At almost every talk there’s been a ‘why haven’t I heard of him?’ Or ‘was he a spy?’ The latter I try to avoid answering only because not knowing probably makes the book more enjoyable. Then there are the more daunting ones like ‘how does a Freudian kindergarten work?’ Harder still: ‘why did he think this was a good idea?’
Many thanks to those at Dulwich Books, Jewish Book Week and the Eton Historical Society who have made these talks possible.
Next stop on the Geoffrey Pyke World Tour: Doha.