11 November, 2013
Kevin Brazil explains why Samuel Beckett would have approved of the experimental syntax in Eimear McBride's debut novel.
Balances and bifurcations recur and resound in Heaney's writing, but so too do ideas of reconciliation and unity, writes Rosie Lavan.
Priyasha Mukhopadhyay finds that an Amazonian waterlily can offer insight into the interactions between Victorian culture, science and imperialism.
The new exhibition of the work of Paul Klee now at the Tate Modern is, as Scarlett Baron reveals, an elating experience.
Jim Crace's weaving together of urban and pastoral narratives would have made it a worthy winner of the Man Booker Prize, argues Oliver Neto.