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The great critics always began before they were forty. Who are their equivalents today?
Our theatre gossip columnist spills the beans on his fellow actors
Leave literary reviews to reviewers rather than score-settling academics
Listing misogyny as a hate crime could have grave implications for freedom of speech
A brilliant, ambitious volume of art history — but physically difficult to read
The two theories about what No.10 is doing with the Internal Market Bill
The Critic’s political and US editors discuss the upcoming presidential debates
The greatest unrequited love story of all time
What will Kamala Harris bring to the U.S. presidential elections?
Fourteenth-century Oxford University offers today’s Woke some lessons in cancel culture
Mike Lynch offers his solutions – from ARM to post-Brexit regulation
There is no need to make Sherlock Holmes more likeable, part of his brilliance is in his ambiguity