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We can try to bend the novel to fit our politics or culture, but it will always go its own way, making itself anew.
The author on communism, robots and the history of China.
This record is the sound of a man whose whole being has been altered, possessed even, by what has happened.
Helping out at a community cookery course recently I was surprised to discover few shoppers venture into the world food aisle.
When women perform pain it is seen as grotesque and manipulative. When a man does, it’s cathartic escape from what they usually are.
For his latest exhibition at the Barbican, the US artist spent years plumbing the depths of a uniquely disturbing database.
The comedian discusses disability and the evolution of his act.
The interesting thing about the 1969 record is that it is bigger now than it was then.
The programme matches prospective owners with dogs in need of a loving home – and hits all the same beats as First Dates.
The Scottish writer’s short-story collection is made up of eccentric accounts of the supernatural, the dystopian and the outright horror-filled.
The man behind Brass Eye and Four Lions tells Helen Lewis about the confected terrorism plots that inspired his new film.