Alexander Adams on Soviet Brutalism and where to read about it

György Schöpflin on Anne Applebaum’s Twilight of Democracy

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Why Oxfam bookshops, as tremendous as they are, may be the end of the second-hand bookseller

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A home with books is a launching pad for a life well lived, says Daniel Johnson

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Natasha Green reviews Kitty Peck and the Music Hall Murders, by Kate Griffin

Rev Steve Morris revisits Keith Waterhouse’s forgotten classic

In its combination of glacial beauty and lovelorn desperation, Brideshead Revisited speaks to all readers, Alexander Larman writes