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Britain's best-loved literary magazine, now in its 38th year, filled with reviews of new books in a wide variety of subjects. Independent & irreverent.
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In this month's 'Silenced Voices', writes about journalists, censorship and human rights in Saudi Arabia
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Literary Review Nov 21
'One of the best aspects of Kaufmann’s book is its optimism' Here's 's review of 's Whiteshift.
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Literary Review Nov 20
Whom did Picasso label a 'bristly pig'? Read Rosalind P Blakesley's review of The Collector by Natalya Semenova to find out!
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Literary Review Nov 19
Alexandra Gajda on Anna Beer's new biography, Patriot or Traitor: The Life and Death of Sir Walter Ralegh
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Literary Review Nov 18
Mark Lawson reviews 's Middle England - The Rotters' Club for our Brexit age.
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Literary Review Nov 17
'Behind every book that is published lies ... a haunted landscape, populated by the ghosts of things written and excised' In this month's Diary, discusses his creative process.
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Literary Review Nov 16
'We once more live in a great age of dragon invention' Here's Tom Shippey on Martin Arnold's The Dragon
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Nikesh Shukla Nov 13
Man at the q&a part of the book panel: Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don’t say it Man: ‘It’s less of a question and more of a comment...’
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Literary Review Nov 15
Here's 's Whiteshift, reviewed in this month's magazine by
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Literary Review Nov 14
In this month's Silenced Voices, writes about the oppression of journalists in Saudi Arabia - and the long reach of that oppression overseas.
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Literary Review Nov 13
David Mikics on Zachary Leader's concluding volume in his biography of Saul Bellow:
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Slightly Foxed Nov 12
Our were delighted with their goodie bags at this year's Readers' Day. Thank you to friends and partners & for their kind contributions.
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Literary Review Nov 12
'A mosaic of suffering and bereavement, punctuated by stories of manhunts' on Dopesick by and American Overdose by
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They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years contemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. Michael Alexander - Remembering Binyon’s ‘For the Fallen’ via
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Literary Review Nov 11
For Armistice Day 2018: Simon Heffer's review of Peace at Last by
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Literary Review Nov 10
He 'far outranks many Booker winners in his talent for characterisation and captivating narrative' Mark Lawson reviews Middle England by
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Exact Editions Nov 9
The is 's February 2014 issue 'Cracking the China Code'. Subscribe to their archive for more beautifully designed covers 📖
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Literary Review Nov 9
It's dear on fine form, of course!
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Literary Review Nov 9
Here's Rosalind P Blakesley on The Collector by Natalya Semenova
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William Whyte Nov 7
I have reviewed Making Dystopia in My review, I realize, only makes sense if you watched ThunderCats as a child:
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