The critics' verdicts on Annie Proulx, an anti-internet polemic and the tale of Lucie Blackman.
A posthumous competition in tribute to Beryl Bainbridge's novels.
The critics' verdicts on Philip Ball, Sebastian Faulks and Francesca Beauman.
Poet's win confounds predictions of critics and bookmakers.
The Saint Lucian poet is awarded British poetry's biggest prize.
Louis-Ferdinand Céline's bitter legacy.
The critics' verdicts on Eric Hobsbawm, Jay Parini and Tessa Hadley.
Hari Kunzru finds alarming parallels between recent student protests in Britain and 1960s America.
Hobsbawm's latest book provokes strong criticism from the New Statesman's John Gray.