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October 2014
They cast their literary spells over a generation, but have Martin Amis and Ian McEwan merit as moralists?
 
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October 2014
This latest volume in the superb Cambridge edition of Beckett's letters discredits the writer's diffidence
 
 
October 2014
Sigmar Polke's preoccupation with process meant he never captured the public's imagination
 
 
October 2014
A new movie about the miners’ strike ignores the fact that it left Britain with nothing to feel good about
 
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January/February 2014
A superb new film vividly portrays the use and abuse of scripture by slavers to justify their evil acts
 
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October 2014
An ambitious stage version of Pat Barker’s Regeneration helps us reflect on the Great War without hectoring
 
 
October 2014
Classical music is full of savage backbiters, always ready to pour vitriol on more successful artists 
 
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