Nicholas Lezard is a literary critic for the Guardian and also writes for the Independent. He writes the Down and Out in London column for the New Statesman.

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Lifestyle
28 November 2013
Why even stay in London?
Lifestyle
21 November 2013
November 8, 2013. A letter has been printed in this magazine. “Oh, for God’s sake,” it begins,...
Lifestyle
14 November 2013
And which is harder to endure?
Lifestyle
07 November 2013
I was once told live on air that I wouldn't have fought in World War II.
Lifestyle
31 October 2013
It is hard to be without money.
Lifestyle
24 October 2013
You don't argue with people wearing shoes like that.
Lifestyle
17 October 2013
Becoming an expert on Adorno in three days.
Lifestyle
10 October 2013
The return of the schoolgirl gang.
Health
03 October 2013
I suppose it all started when I learned about the Second Law of Thermodynamics at school. There you are, bumbling...
Culture
26 September 2013
Fate of the Apple Boutique.
Lifestyle
19 September 2013
I am not over-fond of this time of year. Summer’s lease hath all too short a stay. Date, I mean. Why do I always...
Society
12 September 2013
Not if Hampstead's hedgies get their way
Lifestyle
05 September 2013
So, while the Beloved is away, I find myself once again sharing the bed with a large and varied assortment of...
Lifestyle
30 August 2013
Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out" column.

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