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  1. Martin Amis’s 1982 space invasion

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    A recent article on The Millions has hauled Martin Amis’s marvellously titled 1982 book Invasion of the Space Invaders from near-total obscurity into the media limelight and public consciousness. Thanks to my own predilections and far too much time spent in libraries, Invasion of the Space Invaders happens to be...
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    Martin Amis’s guide to classic video games You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please either subscribe or Login to access.
  3. Is Martin Amis colonising Larkinland?

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    Who could be surprised to see that Martin Amis has edited a new selection of Philip Larkin’s poems? Amis’s articles on the poet, which predictably make much of Larkin’s friendship with Kingsley Amis, have been difficult to avoid in the last year. He’s written about “Larkin’s women” in the Guardian...
  4. On listening to Life and Fate

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    It’s not often that Radio 4 clears its entire drama schedule for a week and replaces it with a single nine-hour radio play. Yet on the week of the 18th September that is precisely what will happen. The play—Life And Fate, with Kenneth Branagh in the starring role—is an adaptation...
  5. Ten years on: 9/11 in Prospect

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    As the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaches, we’ve made ten articles from the Prospect archive free to read online. On top of an exclusive extract from a new chapter to the 9/11 Commission report, the responses here range over politics, television, architecture and literature: Terror and television...
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    Philip Larkin is the novelist’s poet, says Martin Amis You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please either subscribe or Login to access.

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