Memoir

To strive, to struggle, to sweat, is to be human

Hidden Lessons is filled with clichéd phrasing and, even worse, predictable and clichéd thinking

Although Hermione rarely names names or dishes dirt with quite the enthusiasm that her mother did, then she too has her tales to tell

Many find theology dusty, but McGrath makes a pitch for it as the centre of our world

Yet another teacher memoir abuses more clichés

How my first editor taught me to report “without fear or favour”

Adam LeBor recalls terror and surreal moments of calm in Eastern Europe

Decades later, I remembered my mother’s mental patients

In the 1980s, Britain closed most of its mental hospitals, and some of the patients became my friends

Why is Prince Harry publishing a memoir?