Alexander Larman

Alexander Larman is an author and journalist. His latest book is Byron’s Women (Head of Zeus)

Are we watching a Stalinist show trial, with hitherto dissident figures loudly recanting any support for past regimes?

150 years since Dickens’s death, Alexander Larman evaluates the memorialised writer’s questionable politics

How a studio was bullied into releasing the first cut of an unsuccessful film

A large part of its appeal revolves around a simple fact, it is utterly terrifying

Alexander Larman reviews Fall of the House of Byron, by Emily Brand

Alexander Larman recalls the glee and disbelief at one of literature’s most beguilingly horrible figures

It is not just Nolan’s reputation that is on the line if Tenet is released in July

How can theatres come out of this, asks Alexander Larman

The TV adaptation that reflects the falsity of campus novels

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