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Does age-blind casting work when adapting Shakespeare?
John Ware asks if our trajectory is going to be so different to the rest of Europe’s
The critic, like a used-up traveller in ladies’ corsetry in a Fifties film, is enjoying a happy furlough
Alexander Larman recalls the glee and disbelief at one of literature’s most beguilingly horrible figures
The moral standards of creative giants
Hannah Betts reviews The Mirror & The Light by Hilary Mantel
Looking to the past – and the future