Commentators used 9/11 to keep framing the world as liberty versus totalitarianism
Scoundrel, liar, cheat and toady, George MacDonald Fraser’s Flashman is a creation of genius and a bracing antidote to our timid age
Where would the late ciceronian speaker have fit into today’s polemical battles?
Nigel Jones, a chastened practitioner of writing biographies, warns that writing someone’s life can be a dangerous venture
Letters to a Young Contrarian: a twentieth century retrospective by a man who saw himself as a sixties radical
Reviews of Martin Amis’s new book prove that the best questions are the ones that no one asks
Douglas Murray discusses the importance of intellectual mentors and reveals two who continue to guide him