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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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Literary Review Sep 20
Here's Bernard Porter on 's expansive portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, 'Gandhi 1914–1948'
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D&AD Sep 18
Good morning Creatives. Today, let's talk about Book Design. What, in your opinion, is the best book cover design, ever? We've plenty, but this version of Nineteen Eighty-Four from is one of our favourites.
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Literary Review Sep 18
Here's on Roller-Coaster: Europe, 1950-2017 by Ian Kershaw
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Literary Review Sep 17
I was just being silly. Blimey.
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Literary Review Sep 17
we just need an Oxford office and we could send a minion in to look for us
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Literary Review Sep 17
Replying to @theBookPeeper
we'll keep rooting, of course...
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Literary Review Sep 17
'How does he do it? By indiscriminately rubbing out supposed bag guys - and if some of them do actually turn out to be criminals, so much the better.' on 's biography of Rodrigo Duterte
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Literary Review Sep 15
Can't go wrong with a smidge of wrapping his head around 'auto-fiction' and Knausgaard's latest tome:
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Mauricio Meglioli Sep 14
Peter Marshall on CROMWELL by Diarmaid MacCulloch: ...an exercise of historical imagination can act as a spur to serious scholarly investigation
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Literary Review Sep 14
Sarah Bradford on Behind the Throne: A Domestic History of the Royal Household by
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Literary Review Sep 13
The Templars have forever been wrapped up in secrets and mystery - the rise and (mostly the) fall of the order comes under Jonathan Sumption's perceptive gaze
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Literary Review Sep 12
'You will be mesmerised, regardless of whether you know your Homer.' on The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker
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Literary Review Sep 12
Hi Steve, We were hoping to get in touch with you about a new book. Please feel free to direct message us or email editorial@literaryreview.co.uk. Many thanks, Literary Review
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Literary Review Sep 12
Replying to @adelegeras
Nothing yet, I'm afraid. I'll dm you the address.
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Literary Review Sep 11
Replying to @adelegeras
Thank you, I’ll look for it when I’m in the office.
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Literary Review Sep 11
Ah it’s .co.uk all one word without the hyphen!
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Literary Review Sep 11
Replying to @adelegeras
No, Adele! To which address did you send it?
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Andy Miller Sep 11
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Literary Review Sep 11
'All outcomes, good and bad, could be attributed to the quality of my vibrations. When disaster comes, it will be down to my inadequate vibing.' reviews 's 'Help Me'
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Literary Review Sep 10
Peter Marshall on Thomas Cromwell: A Life by Diarmaid MacCulloch
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