Gerald Wiener's life has now been turned into a biography.
Guo’s jagged, unpolished memoir Once Upon a Time in the East reminds us of the power of storytelling.
Our modern addiction to sugar is killing us – and it may be too late to stop it.
Homegoing is a novel borne not only of skill and knowledge, but also of a lifetime of experience.
Donning her Freudian hat, Molly Haskell uses her new book to explore Steven Spielberg's attitude to women. But is his real target masculinity?
Graeme Wood's The Way of the Strangers: Encounters with the Islamic State reminds us of something that ought to be obvious: Islamic State is very Islamic.
When Pankaj Mishra describes a “postmodern collage rather than a coherent doctrine”, he inadvertently summarises his own book.
Auster’s epic new novel of immigration, politics and consciousness has a protagonist with four alternative lives.
Serhii Plokhy’s The Man with the Poison Gun is a gripping, remarkable Cold War spy story.
The prize for “fiction at its most novel” announces its 2017 judging panel.
Michael Rosen's account of Zola's year of exile sheds light on the great author's public heroism and personal failings.
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