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Armando Iannucci’s adaptation finds joy, even if it loses some of the darkness of the novel.
As this BBC drama makes clear, the adults who survived Nazi camps remembered life before the war. But the children had no prior memories to cling to.
The £10,000 prize awarded to fiction that “breaks the mould” is now open for submissions.
84 categories seems excessive – but the awards' ever-changing structure reflects its attempts to map the nuances of contemporary music.
The outrage across the media world is a tribute to a programme that gave a voice to the voiceless
Structured like a travelogue interspersed with epistolary fragments, Threshold is an autobiographical novel reminiscent of Ben Lerner.
Many jobs existing today will not vanish completely and new ones will be established, including those we have not yet imagined.
Coetzee’s trilogy of deadpan, present tense, fable-like fantasies, culminates in his extraordinary new novel The Death of Jesus.
The Netflix documentary knows cheerleading is brutal, even when it is tinged with magic.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
A new poem by Zoë Hitzig.
For Cromwell, getting rid of Charles I was the easy bit. What came next was the problem.