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by Jonathan Crowther
Start by marking Chambers Book of Azed Crosswords as Want to Read . Here he presents a hand-picked selection of 100 crosswords which originally appeared in the paper between 1992 and 2001.
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Azed - Jonathan Crowther - has been going strong every week since March 1972
Azed - Jonathan Crowther - has been going strong every week since March 1972. Torquemada and Ximenes were pseudonyms derived from practitioners of the Spanish Inquisition. Crowther explains that his pseudonym 'Azed' is a reversal of (Fray Diego de) Deza, a Spanish 'inquisitor general'. Crowther gives us potted biographies of most of the country's senior crossword compilers, insights into the way their minds work and even examples of their favourite clues. Well done Jonathan Crowther, and congratulations to Christopher Brougham, whose pseudonym 'Dumpynose' is, of course, an anagram of pseudonym. Sport and leisure books.
Jonathan Crowther is a British crossword compiler who has for over 45 years composed the Azed cryptic crossword in The Observer Sunday newspaper
Jonathan Crowther is a British crossword compiler who has for over 45 years composed the Azed cryptic crossword in The Observer Sunday newspaper. He was voted "best British crossword setter" in a poll of crossword setters conducted by The Sunday Times in 1991 and in the same year was chosen as "the crossword compilers' crossword compiler" in The Observer Magazine "Experts' Expert" feature.
Jonathan Crowther's magisterial book sets out the principles of setting . You also get about 20 pages of introductory material from Azed, about two-thirds of which is a quick summary of his own views about.
Jonathan Crowther's magisterial book sets out the principles of setting and unmasks our principal setters. Jonathan 'discovered' XIMENES, the father of cryptic crosswords, while still at Rugby and became an instant convert. After leaving university he started submitting occasional puzzles to The Listener under the pseudonym Gong, a family nickname, and competed in Ximenes competitions until taking over from him in the Observer after his death in 1971. You also get about 20 pages of introductory material from Azed, about two-thirds of which is a quick summary of his own views about clue-writing.
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Azed - The Azed crossword appears every Sunday in The Observer newspaper. It is compiled by Jonathan Crowther and has a small but devoted following. Derrick Somerset Macnutt - Macnutt in his study at Christ s Hospital Derrick Somerset Macnutt (1902–1971) was a British crossword compiler who provided crosswords for The Observer newspaper under the pseudonym Ximenes.
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