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Laura Freeman is a freelance arts critic and book reviewer. She is writing a biography, Ways of Life: Jim Ede and the Kettle’s Yard Artists, to be published by Jonathan Cape
The women who always walked alone
Opera has treated the subject of cancelling the pleasures of others in some depth
We look in vain for direction or hope from the leaders of tomorrow
The UK’s chief website for British Muslim news sows more division than unity
What we have is pure storytelling delight, a page-turner that works forwards and backwards as the reader fills in the gaps
Steve McQueen’s dramatisation of the 1970 trial of the Mangrove Nine is a triumph
Dominic Hilton discovers the extraordinary life and times of “Gaucho Laird”, R.B. Cunninghame Graham
Why didn’t Dom do data?
The Divine Comedy will be playing a concert at the Barbican on 14 October to celebrate Neil Hannon
A new EU is emerging. Will Ursula von der Leyen lead it to triumph or failure?
Graham Stewart talks to Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president was exercised in the first half of the twentieth century, from Teddy Roosevelt to FDR