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Mary Eberstadt is a senior research fellow at the Faith and Reason Institute in Washington, D.C.
How did identity come to be political and cultural ground zero?
Leave literary reviews to reviewers rather than score-settling academics
The national media has turned a blind eye to Ulster republican delinquency
The historians we love wrote about Big History at a time when Britain mattered
Will the WE scandal make Justin Trudeau’s halo fall off soon?
Christopher North says while matadors come and go, pedigree fighting bulls remain
Practically all the artists in the book are traumatised in one way or another, and all experienced war
As Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads is set to air this evening, Alexander Larman ponders the relationship between a living writer and their works
Beckett, Camus and Monod arrived by different roads at the same destination thanks to their common experience of fighting injustice
Will Hagia Sophia’s Christian heritage survive under President Erdoğan’s ‘neo-Ottoman’ vision?
Douglas Murray on the personal debt he owes to the two men he considers his literary mentors