Death of a bookman: the rise and fall of a publisher
In the drab early 1950s, Philip Dosse launched the first of a series of arts magazines which swiftly became a byword for critical excellence
A martial nation needs Churchill to inspire us
A brilliant new biography sheds fresh light on the wartime leader and refutes a renewed claim that the whole conflict was unnecessary
Lionel Trilling: America's Matthew Arnold
The great critic’s letters reveal his struggles with anti-Semitism and disillusion with Marxism

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