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The prize which bears George Orwell's name pays no homage to the polemical principles which charged his work.
Despite problems of retrospect, this novel about the making of the poet is a valuable contribution as interest in Thomas grows.
Hamid's experiments with genre and form are a singular achievement, not an agenda for the fiction of globalisation.
27 May, 2013
Revisiting Julian Barnes's latest book, Luke Brunning charts a journey towards the moral space of grief.
The aim is laudable but the results are disappointing in this new approach to Romantic culture through botany.
To read popular music as social discourse first we must hear it on its own terms, says Matthew Western (feat. Public Enemy).
23 May, 2013