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In Sophie Hopesmith’s debut novel, Another Justified Sinner, commodities trader Marcus aims to get square with God.
Deep inside the Gloucester Road apartment where the Cuban writer Guillermo Cabrera Infante resided from 1967 until his death in 2005, the visitor finds a majestic landscape.
A brilliantly observed examination of choices and consequences, of why we act as we do and of just how similar we all are.
Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury’s dystopian screed against anti-intellectualism and the sinister influence of popular culture, is an all too appropriate tome for the Age of Trump.
Swing Time, an outlier in Zadie Smith’s oeuvre, is stylistically interesting, socially aware, funny and wise.
Can a film adaptation of a beloved read ever live up to its source material?
Samuel Nello on the secrets of these most special of places.
It is a story that is devastating because its married protagonists, Pauline and Michael, make misery their quotidian experience.
In our society alcohol is socially acceptable, but if you had to take heroin in order to have sex, people would see that as toxic.
Of course you know Dr Zhivago: this year marks 50 years since the film’s release. Admirable thought it may be, says Geoffrey Heptonstall, the film cannot touch the book.