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Paul du Quenoy offers an appreciation of the late scholar and free speech advocate James R. Flynn
The violinist Gidon Kremer stands brilliantly apart from the rest of the music world
Politics and historical commentary aside, Lohengrin is currently on at Covent Garden
Dame Ethel Smyth’s opera dated quickly, but it hardly hurts to have another look at it
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
Make Architects’ disastrous plans risk destroying the character of the South Bank
The local elections reveal a bitter demographic conflict
Part two of Mahan Esfahani’s deconstruction of the modern association of pianist Glenn Gould with Bach’s Goldberg Variations
Who is responsible for the backlash against women’s and LGBT rights?
We have lost the oddness of the 1990s
Even in a material age, symbols matter
This biography of Constable is but a partial portrait