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‘She is one of 20 female recruits, mostly university graduates, who are expected to stand unflinchingly as a bottle is broken to shards on their heads.’ Better to kill yourself than be gang-raped and murdered [opposite a picture of a woman’s corpse on the street of, presumably, Berlin, in 1945].
‘Over two million women across the region were violently raped, with many suffering multiple attacks, and left for dead …
O’Meara, reputedly the last physician to uphold the ideas of Galen, wrote in Latin, but Saatchi does not say whether it is his own translation. As with Saatchi’s last picture book, , the design is strangely awkward.
The most pleasing gimmick is to have in red capitals the word ‘Known’ on the top and bottom page-edges and ‘Unknown’ on the fore-edge. One photograph not related to pain and death seemed interesting as a photograph: men spaced along the cables of the Brooklyn Bridge during its repainting in 1914.
To give an idea of the ground covered in the 99 short chapters, here are eight of the headings (reduced to conventional ortho-graphy) and quotations from the accompanying text: Down the drain: ‘Police officers knocked at Nilsen’s door and told him his drains were full of human remains.’ The jilted bride [opposite a photo, reproduced overleaf, of a woman in a bride’s dress, held round the neck by a man].
‘She was miraculously caught and saved by a local care worker, who grabbed her around the neck as she fell, her body dangling above the sheer drop.’ A trainee bodyguard in China gets a bottle smashed across her head.
‘Protests [against vivisection] began as early as 1655, when prominent scientist Edmund O’Meara said “the miserable torture places the animal’s body in an unnatural state, hence the affects [sic] of pain on the animal being examined render the results of any research null and void”.’ That is not, of course, 17th-century English. Clearly, like all of us perhaps, the author needs help.
Born on 8 February 1964, Sarah-Jane Duncanson ‘Trinny’ Woodall was raised in Marylebone, London alongside her six siblings, including three half-siblings from her father’s first marriage.
The 54-year-old designer started her career in marketing when she met Susannah Constantine in 1994.
In the same year, the brothers formed a new agency called M&C Saatchi. Charles Saatchi also has a ruling planet of Mercury.
Charles is also known for his art collection and for owning Saatchi Gallery, and in particular for his sponsorship of the Young British Artists (YBAs), including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. Like many celebrities and famous people, Charles keeps his personal and love life private.