Articles by Kate Kellaway
Ausatralian fiction has developed a power that reverses the cultural cringe
The ever-abundant Joyce Carol Oates continues to create fresh shocks - too many
Cicely Saunders, founder of the hospice movement, has dedicated her life to preparing people for death. Kate Kellaway has a chat with her about the best way to go
Which poet grieved most selflessly for the death of his wife? John Milton, Thomas Hardy, Douglas Dunn or Ted Hughes?
As Ariel Sharon is elected, Amos Oz publishes his new verse novel in Britain. Inside its ordinary domestic setting lies a plea for quiet in Israel
Does an unhappy childhood make for a good autobiography?