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Leo Robson is the lead fiction reviewer for the New Statesman.
For over two centuries, writers have tried to capture the essence and rhythm of America as a nation.
The existential thrillers of Paul Auster remain seductive, but his is a “voodoo enterprise”: a ficti
Muriel Spark was a tricky woman, but her books are short and perfect. Leo Robson looks at the life a
Leo Robson, our lead fiction reviewer, argues that a posthumous collection of short stories is proof
It is a hushed world where everything is slightly out of kilter, and where people laugh for fear the