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Can drama successfully rewrite history to satisfy modern sensitivities?
If Yuja Wang were to strip everything right down to the music, she could be a sensation
Samuel Beckett is at his best when he’s being brief
Gatsby aside, F. Scott Fitzgerald — the Jazz-Age chronicler — is dispensable
In the Ryder Cup the US have the superstars, the major titles, the private jets. Europe have team spirit
If UK ministers are not at liberty to defend the Union, then Northern Ireland is not genuinely British
Notwithstanding our favourite WWII stories, derring-do doesn’t win wars
Rampant sexual violence begins with porn use and ends in the death of women and girls
Powell’s real legacy was Barack Obama
If you’re not annoying Lindsay, are you even a Cabinet Minister?
Deflecting ourselves from our own traditions is exactly what terrorists want
Despite some political hang-ups, James Fox provides diverting stories on the history of colour