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How the composer infiltrated every corner of culture, from Hollywood and literature to architecture and philosophy.
Veirs is, quietly, one of the greatest living American songwriters.
The Swedish state epidemiologist defends his country’s handling of the virus and gives his verdict on the UK’s coronavirus response.
To watch the US comedy series, which stars 33-year-old Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine as 13-year-old middle-schoolers, is to be confronted with your own cringeworthy teen years.
M John Harrison is one of two septuagenarian authors nominated for the prize for “literature at its most novel”.
On her debut album, Beabadoobee proves her talent with complex songwriting that goes deeper than a new millennium aesthetic.
Statues are nothing more than a stone supplement to the preposterous honours system – and they should be removed.
Despite an erratic publishing history, Tressell's ferocious satire became ubiquitous in the early 20th century, and soon entered the working-class canon.
In the past decade, the Jamaican-born poet has reversed the way we talk about race by focusing not on black victimhood, but on white privilege.
Rick Perlstein's Reaganland charts the conservative counter-revolution that moved the US to the right.
A new poem by Hugo Williams.