Never an easy task, but where do you draw the line between original and translation?
How will Ed Miliband remake capitalism when there is no money to spend?
The “neuroscience” shelves in bookshops are groaning. But are the works of authors such as Malcolm Gladwell and Jonah Lehrer just self-help books dressed up in a lab coat?
There is a timeless, aphoristic quality to the writer's final work.
NW is a novel of delicate balances between perspectives and priorities.
Lessons from Lance Armstrong's disgrace.
Authenticity, not glamour, is the calling card of Lena Dunham’s Girls.
Dylan's latest album, Tempest, reviewed.
The revival of Dallas makes Rachel Cooke nostalgic for the 1980s.
Don’t judge the mistress, whoever she may be.
An unexpectedly sympathetic portrayal of the wife of a timeshare mogul.
Saussure - review.
The Books Interview.
Education, Education, Education: Reforming England’s Schools - review.
Vagina: a New Biography - review.
Will Self's "Real Meals" column.
Nina Caplan's drink column.
Could one small pill would help me become a better-functioning adult?
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