24 November, 2014
Sagar finds that, for Scheffler, our values are much more complicated than we might otherwise have realised them to be.
Jean Findlay's biography of C. K. Scott Moncrieff reveals him as much more than the first translator of Proust.
Manoharan considers the limits of the moral superiority of anarchism in the latest collection of Chomsky's essays.
Edan Lepucki's debut novel, California, explores the narrative possibilities offered by American society after its decline.
Gibson's biography of H. H. Munro attempts to discern the man from his authorial persona, the humorist Saki.