Reviews of Martin Amis’s new book prove that the best questions are the ones that no one asks

Trump’s inability to articulate any substantive thought renders a respected journalist’s new book unreadable

If she were a man, Lisa HIlton would surely be celebrated as the roving public intellectual she so clearly is

Douglas Murray refuses to mourn the death of the gay novel — a genre that was once ghettoised has joined the mainstream

Using the name Shakespeare in your book title shouldn’t do anything for sales

A new anthology displays Shakespeare’s engagement with the sonnet form across his career, but at a high cost

An erudite call to return to a more sceptical and prudential kind of politics

Firmin DeBrabander’s philosophical musings are the checklist of a left-wing, “progressive” academic

In his new book, Gerald Seib asks whether the turn towards nationalism and populism in the US is permanent

If Martin Amis isn’t entertaining you on every page, then what’s the point of him?