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Dyson writes with honesty and humour of his life in the law.
These three distinct, urgent works act as a manifesto for art.
The former foreign secretary seeks to explain Iran’s deep suspicion of Britain.
How information is weaponised in our divided age.
This brave, terse, unsettling novel provides yet more evidence of Levy’s skill.
The German people were seduced by Hitler’s message of glorious blood sacrifice – right up until it needed to be paid.
Pollard’s Fierce Bad Rabbits, Brown’s The Tradition, and Franchini’s Shelf Life.
Beethoven was a musical revolutionary – but was he a political one, too?
As a poet, an activist, a publisher and a businessman, 100-year-old Ferlinghetti has never shied away from promoting socialist principles on the world stage – repeatedly calling out the crimes of the American empire.
Dorian Lynskey’s The Ministry of Truth manages, against all odds, to find many original points to make about the dystopian classic.
Today's migrant crisis is often talked about as an anomaly. But high levels of displacement and mobility have long been routine and widespread in postwar Europe.