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How the composer infiltrated every corner of culture, from Hollywood and literature to architecture and philosophy.
Amid numerous complaints about the royal drama, Jeffrey Archer has described the portrayal of Margaret Thatcher's relationship with the Queen as "farcical".
Diary, She Wrote, a podcast by Liz Beardsell, has encouraged me to write in my diary every day during lockdown. Will it last?
Why there is no single way of life that is right or just for everyone.
When the first international criminal trial began on 20 November 1945, it set the precedent for holding war criminals to account, and an end to impunity for mass crimes.
Cobain’s Anatomy of a Killing, París’s Ramifications, Tamás’s Strangers and Craig’s The Golden Rule.
Ernaux understands that writing honestly about her parents is a form of betrayal – but she does it anyway.
A doctor's odyssey is a reminder of the trials and wonders of solitude.
The Scottish-American novelist was the bookies’ favourite and only white male author on the shortlist. But his novel Shuggie Bain tells a tale that has hardly been told before.
The 16th studio album by the Australian six-piece, who have experimented in surfer rock, jazz and metal, reflects an entirely different way of understanding music.
O’Farrell’s remarkable novel about Shakespeare’s son is both painful and satisfying.