Books

I came to mock the Canadian guru but stayed to respect the depth of his thought

Patrick West reviews You’re Not Listening by Kate Murphy

Who will write the Great Novel of the Coronavirus?

Roland Elliott Brown reviews How to be a Fascist by Michela Murgia

The highs and lows of antiquarian bookselling

Alexander Adams reviews Women Can’t Paint by Helen Gørrill

Jamie Blackett discovers the more meat the better in Charlie Spedding’s book: Stop Feeding Us Lies

As Hilary Mantel’s The Mirror and the Light is released this week, Alexander Larman examines the over-excitement of high-profile releases

Andrew McKinley reviews Robert Lynch’s ‘The Partition of Ireland 1918-1925’

Tibor Fischer review’s Gimson’s Presidents: Brief Lives from Washington to Trump by Andrew Gimson