Dropping out of the rat race
Writers who forget bourgeois aspiration lose a dimension
Ananyo Bhattacharya offers an ambitious biography of a genius who defied categorisation in life and death
The crimes of the woke middle class come with the safety net of a judiciary that is in on the racket
Human Frontiers is an entertaining, zippy read but it feels one layer down from its ostensible subject: big ideas
Why on earth would we want to see the same tawdry old stories endlessly re-enacted?
Why are so many still enthralled by even the most grotesque Victoriana?
How the ”Science-Based Medicine” blog succumbed to the pressure of trans ideology
As July marked the one hundredth anniversary of the CCP, Alex Story examines its performance over the past fifty years
Robert Thicknesse on the woes of modern, British opera