Ian Irvine / December 12, 2019
"Oscar Wilde, I pity you because you must be suffering more than we"
Lara Feigel / December 11, 2019
The celebrated novelist's latest takes on Trump, Clinton-era complacency, and what it means to be a man
Should works of art be bought and sold like potatoes? Or are they, like the best presents, items on which no real price can be placed?
Camilla Cavendish / December 11, 2019
An ageing population presents serious challenges. But it should also come us a relief to our planet
László Krasznahorkai's Baron Wenckheim’s Homecoming has a Dickensian flourish
Tom Clark / December 11, 2019
New year, new openings
Benjamin Markovits / December 10, 2019
They are unimaginably distant figures whose reigns and lives still somehow revealed something about our own
David Olusoga / December 10, 2019
Without a reckoning with our past, 21st-century Britain will struggle to forge a national story that functions for the country we are rapidly becoming