Arts & Books
Edith Hall / May 15, 2017
Even at 80, his snarling, trenchant poems still speak up for the voiceless working classes
David Tonge / April 28, 2017
He never stopped writing
A new podcast takes a nuanced look at real life in small-town America
Miranda France / April 13, 2017
Novelists searching for clues on tackling the US president should revisit the preening strongmen of Latin American literature
Sophie Marquand / April 13, 2017
"A captivating exploration of humanity’s journey toward self-transcendence"
Manjit Kumar / April 13, 2017
"Lewis paints a vivid portrait of the life and times of a man of many talents"
A gripping and very funny account of the newspaper reveals its brutal brilliance
Giles Fraser / April 12, 2017
But we shouldn't all turn back to Rome
We are seeing not “the radicalisation of Islam but the Islamisation of radicalism”
Ian Irvine / April 12, 2017
Clarke "shows how the experience of the First World War transformed the laissez-faire liberalism of two generations of Anglo-American politicians"