A new book by Liam Byrne explains that the British government is making a critical mistake in its methods of combating home-grown extremism.
Two histories of Isis hope to shed light on the crisis in the Middle East.
For all that Dahl can be both bullying and brilliant, these letters remind us who the writer was really trying to please.
In the Darkroom charts the author's relationship with her transgender parent.
James Bloodworth's new book suggests ways to tackle the nebulous problems of UK poverty.
Three new books examine a period of life which seems to cause untold anxiety. But isn't there a case for just living it?
Like Samuel Beckett and James Joyce, Mike McCormack finds glory in the banal with a new novel set on All Soul's Day.
Housman Country: Into the Heart of England by Peter Parker is in intriguing accumulation of evidence and analysis about an elegantly restrained poet.
Culture is the latest book by academia's Jeremy Corbyn, but hopefully not his last.
Vinegar Girl and The Globe's Taming of the Shrew offer two new takes on a contentious play.
Genius ends up being terrifically boring, while enthusiastically reproducing the creative hierarchies of the time it portrays.
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