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Did a Miami Art Gallery really sell a Rembrandt by accident?
Who was Cecil Rhodes, really?
Enduring pale, greasy salmon in the spiritual home of the trout pout
Christopher Howarth on his role in removing a prime minister
Deeper data shafts just produce useless piles of waste
Suggestions that Donner was a director-for-hire rather than a true auteur are harsh and inaccurate
Confessions of a bibliomaniac in the South Atlantic
It’s impossible to hear Eliot’s meditations and not be reminded of our current national ordeal
A beautiful book, but a fairly orthodox biography of the Hon. Stephen “Tommy” Tomlin
Grammar schools, Tony Crosland and the Encounter club
The performances recorded here by the University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra speak directly to some of our present confusions