Arts & Books
This novel, a story about a footballer coming to terms with being gay, is gripping, well-written and moving
Therapists have identified a “boarding school syndrome”
Steps have been taken to “turn first-rate universities into third-rate companies"
He bestowed an exquisite sense of self on the women who wore his designs
Arifa Akbar / May 17, 2017
Three librarians risked their lives to smuggle out a cache of medieval manuscripts threatened by jihadist forces
Alessandro Casella / May 17, 2017
The reason refugees flee their homelands is now more to do with civil wars than wars between nations
Ben Wilson / May 17, 2017
How London’s horizons expanded to encompass the globe
"The deep integration of the 1990s and 2000s was not inevitable and nor may it prove irreversible"
Its groundbreaking animations have captivated us for over two decades. But can it survive growing competition from its rivals?
Edith Hall / May 15, 2017
Even at 80, his snarling, trenchant poems still speak up for the voiceless working classes
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