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How the paternal gorgon finally attracts our empathy, waging a last intellectual battle
What is the government supposed to do with Tom’s “rage”?
The home of mid-budgeted literate films aimed at adults is no longer at the cinema
Australia is still standing at the gates of hell, while the rest of the world has already been through it
The public image of the 43rd President of the United States has undergone a surprising revival
How the double-blind peer review process will hinder scholarly output in the humanities
Just like Brexit, the BBC’s mishandling of Jess Brammar will hasten their demise
Knife crime is predominantly black on black, so don’t hold the police back
Leftist men’s navel gazing is a paper-thin disguise for the continuation of patriarchy
Why are publishers so sniffy about stocking fillers?
This is a recording that encapsulates the other, older side of Europe