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From Elvis to Prince, the music stars who burnt out in the limelight.
Though she was celebrated by the cultural establishment following her Nobel win, Toni Morrison never stopped interrogating power.
In a global marketplace, Britain’s multiracial culture is arguably its biggest selling point – but its history of racism still casts a long shadow.
As white identity is under threat, racial prejudice is finding new and disturbing outlets.
Essays, speeches and meditations from America’s most decorated living novelist.
From the Crossways estate in Bow to the Royal Albert Hall, grime music has fought its way to the centre of British culture.
They Can’t Kill Us All is a courageous chronicle of how police violence sparked a political movement.
Thank You for Being Late: an Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations restates the dominant doctrine of America's political centre – with some added name-dropping, of course.
K Biswas learns a new lexicon of protest with Sarah Jaffe’s Necessary Trouble: Americans in Revolt.
Harry Jaffe's new book sets out to discover how a “74-year-old Jewish guy from Brooklyn” ended up appealing to college students, farmers and factory hands as a potential president.