Articles by Angela Lambert
I fell in love with a painting. What could I do but pursue it?
Is children's fiction more interesting than that being written for adults? Angela Lambert talks to Philip Pullman and concludes that this is, indeed, a golden age
Dutch culture in the C17th is still hot-here is the novel it deserves
Are the loathsome anti-heroines of the new "city girl" books evidence that feminism has failed or succeeded too well?
Suddenly the French are not so morose. They have the best football team in the world and they can think philosophically
It is tempting to think that we do not need any more stories about the Holocaust. But Angela Lambert welcomes this extraordinary account of how a brother and sister survived