Daniel Johnson

Daniel Johnson on how he found a lost love for the Germans

A home with books is a launching pad for a life well lived, says Daniel Johnson

Remembering the Six Day War and history lessons from Dick Crossman

Daniel Johnson reflects on the great discoveries of his youth

Daniel Johnson describes the joy of indulging in music as a teenage boy

Daniel Johnson on the life and work of Max Weber, whose controversial views on democracy still resonate today

Daniel Johnson reviews Wagner’s Parsifal, by Roger Scruton

David Pryce-Jones recalls a life of literary friendships and the defence of Western civilisation

The novelist and the philosopher linked by a common fascination with despair

For all his European frame of reference George Steiner stayed in Cambridge for a very good reason