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Poetry has been put through the academic wringer and obfuscated by jargon
Dominic Hilton recalls the cast of characters at a Buenos Aires club de barrio
The Long March draws together evidence that we half knew but shied away from
Douglas Murray refuses to mourn the death of the gay novel — a genre that was once ghettoised has joined the mainstream
This is perhaps the only book I have yet read about Amin which gives anything like an accurate assessment of who he was
French interventionism in Mali has fostered little stability
Both sides no longer recognise 15 October as the last day by which a deal can be struck
What explains the House speaker’s attack on British regulation?
How has the coronavirus pandemic affected Britain’s country houses?
Forced to flee her native Germany, Hannah Arendt is finally celebrated there in a major exhibition
Raphael, as dedicated a lover as he was a painter, died at 37 at the height of his powers and fame, illustrates Michael Prodger