You’d think, wouldn’t you, that the most dangerous lie would be a sneaky one, one that is reasonably close to the truth? One that kind of grows on the truth − on the fertile fabric of what we already know to be true. But no, it seems that a Big Lie is more potent because in order to believe it you have to disbelieve everything else.
Author: Hannah Chapman
Hannah Chapman is an artist, writer and teacher based in Brighton. She lived in Italy for eight years, speaks Italian, French and a smidgen of Spanish, and she looks forward impatiently to a time when the UK will be part of the EU once more! Following many years as a secondary school teacher, she is now focusing on community art projects and writing a non-fiction book, which she aims to publish soon.