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Christopher Bray reviews Apropos of Nothing by Woody Allen
The original generation of rock ‘n’ rollers remain more interesting than modern stars
George Orwell pursued women with enthusiasm and varying degrees of success
Louise Perry reviews ‘Self-Portrait in Black and White’ by Thomas Chatterton Williams
Obituaries are not a place to speak ill of the dead, but how are we to tell the truth honestly if we shy away from difficulties?
Time to proclaim the greatness of Herman Wouk, once feted for the sweep of his historical novels
If Lennon and McCartney had never met, Britain would have been more boring and less colourful