Dalrymple’s Anarchy says more about about a selling machine somewhat different to the East India Company

Hidden London’s evocative photos of dereliction will fascinate commuters and tourists alike

Richard Reinsch reviews The Case for Nationalism by Rich Lowry

Billingham is tight-lipped about his time in the SAS. His work afterwards provides the funniest anecdotes

Sontag’s influential pieces are rather fewer than this book’s breezeblock dimensions might suggest

Literature’s outraged elitists chose smug contempt over real insight

Louise Perry reviews Females by Andrea Long Chu

James Booth reviews ‘Somewhere Becoming Rain: Collected Writings on Philip Larkin’

David Womersley reviews Waugh on Wine by Auberon Waugh

D.J. Taylor reflects on nearly four decades of hard graft on the literary pages