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.
The critics' verdicts on Susan Hill, Philip Mansel and Linda Grant.
Richard J Evans is wrong about Timothy Snyder's recent book.
Richard J Evans squares up to Timothy Snyder.
The critics' verdicts on David Laws, Polly Samson and Alex Ross.
Why explaining the financial crisis in plain English is a radical act.