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William Poulos says that in his wisdom and readability, Llewelyn Morgan serves his subject well
It’s not all Greek to Oxford classicists
The Conservatives will reap the rewards with a no-nonsense stance on gender ideology
Listening to Kapustin in 2021 is an act of nostalgia, a gesture of defiance to the dictates of fashion
Is this 1991 blockbuster an underrated masterpiece or kitsch nonsense?
Was Yorktown really a triumph more significant than Nelson’s at Trafalgar?
In the 1980s, Britain closed most of its mental hospitals, and some of the patients became my friends
Could the Canadian Conservatives teach the Tories how to hold onto power?
Are re-enactments of the Underground Railroad culturally insensitive — or a tool to help America understand its history?
How the multiple Mona Lisa copies, and their prices, testify to the longstanding fame of the painting and its mystique
Women’s rights are far more precarious than we have been led to believe
John Self welcomes the reissue of three works by Brian Moore, one of Northern Ireland few novelists who can stand toe-to-toe with the contemporary greats