Saturday 2 September, The Times

Review: Freud: The Making of an Illusion by Frederick Crews

By David Aaronovitch
On January 30, 1661 Oliver Cromwell was taken through the streets of London to Tyburn. There he was hanged and, in the late afternoon, decapitated and his head put on a spike above Westminster Hall. The odd thing about this, of course, was that he had died in 1658.
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