No infectious disease has left its scars on the body of literature like tuberculosis

The British composer — still writing at 87 years of age — is an acquired taste

Done well, book reviews have never been more important

Campaigners for inter-generational justice miss the mark

Spare us the corporate virtue-signalling

A propaganda film which attempts to define womanhood misses the mark

TV adaptations have masked the complexity and skill of Agatha Christie

Writers who forget bourgeois aspiration lose a dimension

Why condemn a million Welsh people to a parochial linguistic straitjacket?