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The oldest continuously published magazine in the English language.

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  • 06/25/14--20:00: Gossip with a kind heart
  • J.K. Rowling’s second novel under the Robert Galbraith moniker is a whodunit set in the publishing industry. This isn’t a…

    The post Gossip with a kind heart appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 07/02/14--20:00: Life as an outsider
  • The Emperor Waltz is long enough at 600 pages to be divided, in the old-fashioned way, into nine ‘books’. Each…

    The post Life as an outsider appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 12/31/14--20:00: Tricks of the trade
  • The American comic novel is going through an odd phase. Just lately it seems like anything funny must sneak in…

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  • 04/15/15--20:00: Pessimism keeps breaking in
  • State-of-criticism overviews and assessments almost always strike a bleak note —the critical mind naturally angles towards pessimism — so it…

    The post Pessimism keeps breaking in appeared first on The Spectator.


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    Stuart Evers’ debut short-story collection was called Ten Stories About Smoking, but even readers who are aware of this might…

    The post You can run, but you can’t hide appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 01/10/13--09:00: A way to somewhere else
  • Since his suicide in 2008 at the age of 46, David Foster Wallace’s influence on contemporary literature has expanded to…

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  • 01/09/13--19:00: A consummate craftsman
  • It is rare to encounter a writer whose work can be so neatly divided into two halves. George Saunders is…

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  • 08/14/13--20:00: Redemption with laughs
  • Harry Christmas, the central character of this bitterly funny debut novel, is a middle- aged, overweight alcoholic, with no friends…

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  • 08/28/13--20:00: From brilliance to burn-out
  • Thick, sentimental and with a narrative bestriding four decades, Meg Wolitzer’s The Interestings feels above all like a Victorian novel,…

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  • 01/02/14--20:00: The healing art
  • In calling their book Art as Therapy Alain de Botton and John Armstrong have taken the direct route. They’re not…

    The post The healing art appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 03/19/14--21:00: Cracking up
  • The troubles of Richard Pryor’s life are well known — from his childhood in a brothel to his self-immolation via…

    The post Cracking up appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 06/04/14--20:00: Smiles and grimaces
  • Readers familiar with Nicola Barker’s hyper-caffeinated style will be surprised by the almost serene first few chapters of her latest…

    The post Smiles and grimaces appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 06/25/14--20:00: Gossip with a kind heart
  • J.K. Rowling’s second novel under the Robert Galbraith moniker is a whodunit set in the publishing industry. This isn’t a…

    The post Gossip with a kind heart appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 07/02/14--20:00: Life as an outsider
  • The Emperor Waltz is long enough at 600 pages to be divided, in the old-fashioned way, into nine ‘books’. Each…

    The post Life as an outsider appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 12/31/14--20:00: Tricks of the trade
  • The American comic novel is going through an odd phase. Just lately it seems like anything funny must sneak in…

    The post Tricks of the trade appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 04/15/15--20:00: Pessimism keeps breaking in
  • State-of-criticism overviews and assessments almost always strike a bleak note —the critical mind naturally angles towards pessimism — so it…

    The post Pessimism keeps breaking in appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 12/30/15--20:00: Scratching a living
  • John Gross’s The Rise and Fall of the Man of Letters: English Literary Life since 1800, a standard text for…

    The post Scratching a living appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 01/02/14--20:00: The healing art
  • In calling their book Art as Therapy Alain de Botton and John Armstrong have taken the direct route. They’re not…

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  • 03/19/14--21:00: Cracking up
  • The troubles of Richard Pryor’s life are well known — from his childhood in a brothel to his self-immolation via…

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  • 06/04/14--20:00: Smiles and grimaces
  • Readers familiar with Nicola Barker’s hyper-caffeinated style will be surprised by the almost serene first few chapters of her latest…

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