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FICTION Forward thinking

A scene from a 14th-century health handbook. A medieval man’s travels into the future are at the heart of Ian Mortimer’s intriguing novel

What would a 14th-century man make of the centuries that followed? This) tries to answer in , the first novel he’s published under his own name.

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