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The inside page carries the Royal Academy of Arts Library bookplate and typed "Presented by Paul Hogarth RA April 1988". Paul Hogarth RA, illustrator Cassell and Company, publisher.
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Alaric Jacob was the quintessential English journalist, writes Paul Hogarth. Our book, A Russian Journey from Suzdal to Samarkand, appearedin 1969. As handsome as it was, I cannot claim it was a best-seller. Urbane, yet modest, with a bone-dry sense of humour and a razor intelligence. He possessed the grand manner of an Edwardian foreign correspondent with an Alan-Clark-like taste for vintage claret, a good cigar and fine brandy. One advantage for an artist of working with a journalist, rather than a poet or novelist, is that journalists have a much greater awareness of a "human story".
Harold Alaric Jacob (8 June 1909 – 26 January 1995) was an English writer and journalist. He was a Reuters correspondent in Washington in the 1930s and a war correspondent during World War II in North Africa, Burma and Moscow. Alaric Jacob was the son of Ellen Hoyer, the daughter of a Danish missionary, and Lieutenant-Colonel Harold Fenton Jacob, a member of the Indian Army and former political agent in Aden. Jacob was born in Edinburgh and brought up in Scotland.
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