Faludy now a scribbler

Whatever happened to Alexander Faludy, last heard of in 1998 as he started his first day at the University of Cambridge, aged 15. The Peterhouse undergraduate, studying art history and theology, who is so severely dyslexic he can write only two legible words a minute, has apparently gone into journalism. Last week he received Pounds 100 in the Cambridge Student Journalism Awards as best arts journalist.

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