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Knives Out deserves a reprieve from the dread of bad sequels
The absence of Terry Wogan leaves a hole in radio presenting
Why won’t MPs and ministers speak frankly about the motives for his murder?
A new book by Melissa Febos gets right to the heart of the genre
Ronan McGreevy plumbs new depths with his pitiful accounting of a great man’s death
Dropping out of the rat race
The apotheosis of Johnsonism
There’s nothing natural about the environmentalism of modern eco activists
Down with the gratitude-bloat of authors’ endless lists of acknowledgements
What happened to robust — and, yes, rude — literary criticism?
Bach’s Goldberg Variations have a rich history that far transcend its modern association with Glenn Gould
Campaign Diary: Putin’s regime is suffering from an old problem — imperial overreach