Arts & Books
Rachel Holmes / December 14, 2016
A delightful history of early socialist pioneers
Peter Robins / December 14, 2016
"Selection Day is a more interesting and less comfortable construction than that summary would suggest."
Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington / December 14, 2016
When should governments intervene?
Forget the romantic nostalgia—British rule in India was chaotic, exploitative and cruel
Arifa Akbar / December 14, 2016
"The Dark Circle wears various disguises. It is a post-war novel which might be describing post-Brexit Britain with its fears and prejudices"
Houman Barekat / December 14, 2016
Days Without End is told in a realistic folk-yarn vernacular that blends pidgin grammar with flickers of Biblical prolixity
Alex Hacillo / December 14, 2016
Bernie Sanders' book is part memoir, part campaign diary and part political manifesto
Anthony Cummins / December 14, 2016
Driven by a scalding sense of injustice, this sensitive but uneven historical novel unfolds as four tales of Chinese experience in the United States
Patrick Alexander / December 14, 2016
How are schools in different countries achieving academic success?
Miranda France / December 14, 2016
The divide between the "two cultures" is worsening