D.J. Taylor

D. J. Taylor’s Lost Girls: Love, War and Literature 1939-1951 and On Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Biography were both published in the autumn

Lucien veers between lamenting modern theatre’s disdain for “truly serious work” and suspecting that it all could have gone a great deal worse

The generation of idiosyncratic proprietors who changed the face of the British book industry

Ageing controversialist

Best-selling novelist

Smallscreen scriptwriter