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Howard Jacobson is a novelist and essayist. His latest novel Live A Little was published in paperback by Vintage last month. He is currently writing a memoir
A highly informative history of ideas let down by a drumbeat of liberal bias
Weinberg is an absolute master of intimated emotion
The Critic Narrated: Episode Six, with Sarah Ditum and David Scullion
Give up writing, men – the world will be a happier place when you do
While away the winter with would-be classics
Our societies have allowed special interests to tear down living architecture
When poetry is sold as nothing more inspiring than literary politics, is it any surprise the poetry shelves in Waterstones are so dusty?
Is there any reason to doubt Boris Johnson has at least one more miraculous recovery up his sleeve?
A horrible split is emerging in the English game where one side fears the other is deliberately plotting the destruction of county cricket
Contemporary debates over the “suitability” of many operas leaves us with only English productions
This tired cliché recently came to mind in a British hospital
Here are three of our most praised writers with new offerings written during one or more lockdowns and that also take in the pandemic in their subject matter