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Roger Kimball is Editor and Publisher of the New Criterion and President and Publisher of Encounter Books.
Tackling Harold Bloom
In Brideshead, the overriding feeling is that surely the punchline is to come. It never does
View from Oxford: the beginning of a year unlike any other
How much worse will the historic conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh get?
CANZUK deserves debate, not character assassination
The comedian’s 8:46 show is a stand-up special with few jokes
National debate used to be encouraged by the Anglican state — but those days are fast disappearing
Peter Stothard’s depiction of the demise of Caesar emphasises the humanity of the emperor’s killer
The first US presidential TV debate, Cleveland, Ohio
Anne McElvoy on writers and players who can transfer skills to the small screen from the big stage
A masterly account of Britain’s fortunes in the Second World War