Arts & Books
Thomas Sowell's has a large reputation, but not large enough
Why is Graham Greene so difficult to adapt to film?
Are the loathsome anti-heroines of the new "city girl" books evidence that feminism has failed or succeeded too well?
How do you write up-lifting, start-of-an-era music? With difficulty it seems, as Kurt Masur has discovered
We are now subject to a steady flow of news about decoding the human genome and its 100,000 genes. Kevin Davies recommends Matt Ridley as a guide through the maze
Critics have been getting it in the neck again from playwrights. But they are not the uncreative dolts of caricature, argues critic and writer David Nathan
Jeffrey Hart on a satisfying new biography of the American poet Robert Frost, who deserves to be up with Yeats and Eliot in the poetry pantheon
The painter Susannah Fiennes continues an occasional column in which she tells us what is happening in great paintings. This month, "Perseus and Andromeda" by Titian
Samuel Brittan on an imperfect book which nevertheless should be read by as many people as possible