Arts & Books
Prospect Team / December 13, 2017
Tina Brown on Weinstein, War and Peace and the fall of democracy
Nicholas Blincoe, Robert Blincoe / December 11, 2017
The relationship of Liam and Noel Gallagher is Manchester's second most famous soap opera. What do their lyrics tell us about their clash?
Steve Bloomfield / December 11, 2017
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author talks about her new novel, "Manhattan Beach" and what it tells us about the United States today
Miri Rubin / December 11, 2017
The Biblical story of Adam and Eve has left us with a legacy of sexual shame
Gavin Stamp / December 10, 2017
Few architects can bear to be criticised, but why is Rogers so very thin-skinned?
Fatema Ahmed / December 9, 2017
‘Am I a Snob?’ was a question the author never asked himself
Harry Harris / December 4, 2017
This is just to say / that the internet / is the perfect place / for one imagist poem
Joanna Walsh / November 30, 2017
The prize, established in 1993 to draw attention to “redundant” sex writing, is all about who’s in on the joke
The comedy writer hasn’t changed—but the world around him has. Does the new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm come off?
Anand Menon / November 16, 2017
Essentially, the book offers the status quo ante
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