The problem with literary criticism in the digital age.
Denis Johnson’s posthumous The Largesse of the Sea Maiden is not only remarkable as a document of a great writer facing death – it’s remarkable because it is among the best of his books
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The Mountain Goats musician's novel has some structural problems, but is not without interest and insight.
Reports of the form’s death – and rebirth – have always been greatly exaggerated.
Ross Raisin’s book tells the story of a footballer of two halves.
Moonstone is in some ways Sjón’s most straightforward book – but there is a wonderful netherworld quality to its ashen Reykjaví.
Not all of the protagonists in All That Man Is are admirable, or even likable - but it pulls us completely into their worlds.
Beatlebone, which has been shortlisted for the Goldsmiths Prize, takes John Lennon to the west of Ireland.
The Prank: the Best of Young Chekhov reveals how Anton Chekhov developed from jobbing hack to master of the short story.