A month ago we were saddened by the news of the passing of Jack Windsor Lewis. I never managed to meet him inperson, we always seemed to be a year or so out of phase, from Stockholm in the 1950s to Leeds in the 1980s. Here is Michael Ashby’s tribute, and John Wells’ in the Guardian.
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