Arts & Books
Eyes Wide Shut is as erotic as a crap in an igloo
The mystery at the heart of "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
Anthony Dworkin applauds the ambition of Francis Fukuyama's three synoptic books on the end of history, social capital and human nature, but finds them all wanting
Herb Greer on a fine production of a flawed musical which proves that literature and theatre are very different things.