d’Ancona is guilty of the same kind of arrogance and bad faith he identifies in other liberals
Is Europe losing its interesting edges as temperatures climb year by year?
Round-up: what do these books tell us about literary culture in 2021?
Could an editor not rescue Jonathan Haslam’s new book from triteness?
Drawing on the author’s experiences, the book’s effect is akin to having a long pub chat with a knowledgeable journo
Readers should savour this book, as you might one of the delectable bottles that compose the enticing strophe of the book’s narrative
This meticulous account gives Frederick Chatterton a deserved and belated spotlight
There’s more to feminism than how many women are on the FTSE100 — Mary Ann Sieghart’s new book does a disservice to working-class women
The Unbroken Thread is an engaging and entertaining read — but it feels like a project that’s only just beginning
Blaming the British Empire for Brexit is not only ignorant — it’s total rubbish