Arts & Books
Uta Staiger / February 13, 2017
Whisper it, but this book might have much to delight critics of the European Union
Simon Bowers / February 13, 2017
"Murphy’s solution, one he has expounded before, is 'unitary taxation' across the world"
Sameer Rahim / February 7, 2017
The west has forgotten how traumatic modernisation can be
When the theological ambiguity disappears, so does the film’s appeal
Fiona Marshall / January 27, 2017
A short story by the winner of the VS Pritchett Memorial Prize 2016
"What Oz has mastered in form, he has since lost in intensity"
Whatever style he pursues, Hockney creates abundant and inquisitive art
JP O'Malley / January 19, 2017
Conradi’s narrative manages to tell a complex story—with a much-needed sense of balance
Kevin Jackson / January 18, 2017
"Stubbs’s Swift emerges as a vastly larger and more complex figure than the myths allow"
William Skidelsky / January 18, 2017
"Insofar as he posits a theory on the quality that most “hits” share, it is that they tend to be novel re-combinations of tried-and-tested elements"