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The artist known as Jack Russell

Jan 17, 2010: The eccentric England wicketkeeper spent rainy days and time on the bench sketching and painting. Two books chronicle his art

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Jack Hobbs and the golden age

Dec 13, 2009: The Master's autobiography provides glimpses of a long-ago time that is strikingly similar (and not) to ours

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Trescothick, Gimblett and the black wings of depression

Nov 1, 2009: Two Somerset players, generations apart, have had their struggles with mental illness form the subject of two fine books

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Barker's bowlers

Oct 18, 2009: A doctor, an air-force man, and 10 great players bring a childhood back to life

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Jack of two trades

Oct 4, 2009: Fingleton was possibly the finest cricketer-writer ever

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Portraits of heroes

Sep 20, 2009: Ronald Mason used to worship cricketers as a boy, and wrote excellent prose on them as a man

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Poet of the willow

Sep 6, 2009: Archie Jackson, who was born 100 years ago, was the Keats of cricket in more ways than one

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Rowdy the chronicler

Aug 23, 2009: In praise of a cricketer who made the transition from player to first-rate cricket writer with ease

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Lessons for leaders

Aug 9, 2009: Brearley, Ranji, EM Rose, and the art of captaincy

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The third T

Jul 26, 2009: Frank Tyson has been among our best analysts of players' temperament and what made them tick

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All Rhodes

Jun 28, 2009: Two of the greatest books on one of the greatest allrounders ever

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Gold from the Ashes

Jun 14, 2009: Celebrating Cardus' evocations of cricket's premier contest

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Golden amateur

May 31, 2009: A businessman, a soldier, a lavishly talented cricketer: Stanley Jackson embodied one of cricket's greatest ages

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Where are the Indians?

May 17, 2009: English and Australian players have not been shy when it comes to writing their life stories; not so the Indians

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Hallowed and much covered

May 3, 2009: On the wealth of writing about the most storied cricket ground there is

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The other Plum

Apr 19, 2009: On PG Wodehouse's cricket connection

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The passionate poet

Apr 5, 2009: Edmund Blunden's Cricket Country laments the passing of an age and revels in the timelessness of the game

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Where to get 'em

Mar 22, 2009: In which your columnist dishes out some handy book-hunting advice

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One writer, many hats

Feb 22, 2009: Ramachandra Guha is a polymath who happens to write superbly on cricket

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The piper's new master

Feb 8, 2009: On India's dominance of cricket, and a book that tells of a plan to thwart it

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With India playing most of their Test cricket at home over the next 18 months, they will have to choose between their two quickest bowlers most of the time. A tricky choice, given Varun Aaron and Umesh Yadav's hit or miss tendencies

Ross Taylor treats himself

How Ross Taylor reconciled with New Zealand cricket and made the highest score by a visiting batsman in Australia

Buttler plunders England record books

Stats highlights from Dubai where Jos Buttler broke his own record for England's fastest ODI hundred

The forensic artistry of Kane Williamson

His game appears to lack emotion but it is not cold. Like Kallis, but more adaptable and with greater flair

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The Pakistan captain talks about the many observations, plots and decisions that go into the game's most important task: taking wickets

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