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Alexander Adams delves into two new books that examine the art theft of occupying armies in two different ages
Is a super-rich collector having works stolen to order?
Remote work brings us to a moment of decision
Women now dominate the literary landscape
Those born in the wrong skin have always been persecuted for living their truth
Graham Stewart and Boris Starling discuss the forthcoming Lions tour of South Africa
Thomas Woodham-Smith goes shopping for the dealer’s friend, a whale on wheels
Jonathon Green says the xenophobic 1920s novels that inspired his lifelong love of literature should not be cancelled
Having gold as an anchor may not be perfect, but it does prevent the enormous expansion of public debt
Incentivising vaccination calls medical ethics into question
Professor Jeremy Black speaks with Graham Stewart about the naval firepower, the RAF’s bombing offensive and the campaigns in Greece, Italy and Normandy
Is The Matrix best judged as cinema or cultural phenomenon?