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This final installment of Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy shows a master artificer inventing nothing less than a cosmogony, one shining constellation at a time.
In her latest novel, Curtis Sittenfeld depicts the tedium of modern motherhood a little too well - a gamble she has taken before, but has consistently paid off.
Sarah Churchwell reviews Jazz: New York in the Roaring Twenties by Robert Nippoldt and Hans-Jürgen Schaal.
Secrets and lies.
British women across the pond.
Alone in America: the Stories that Matter - review.
The Redgraves: review.
Portrait of a Novel - review.