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Behind modernity’s moralistic exhortations lies a cold-blooded mania for total control
Eric Gill was an awful man — but that doesn’t make his art any less brilliant
The war in Ukraine shows tragic parallels to the earlier conflict
Auntie makes a cosmic error
A lineup of new books tackle the thorny China problem
Despite recent successes, the party is still leaving working class voters behind
Our urge to anthropomorphise animals obscures the fact that we are all part of the same complex ecosystem
Labor’s Anthony Albanese might have a chance
A medical vanguard aims to arm children against their own nature
Are civil servants the blameless dupes of “partygate”?
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
Rob Hutton takes dictation, very carefully, from our new proprietor
The ancient art of the literary rejection