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2015/07/24 14:24
2015/07/24 14:24
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Photo: French Cockpit You can’t go home again. The last time Michael Moorcock visited Notting Hill – once the countercultural cradle of his dimension-spanning science fantasies and home to the...
2015/07/24 14:24
2015/07/24 14:24
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2015/07/24 08:49
2015/07/24 08:49
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Christine Dwyer Hickey Q&A: my influences, from Mrs Dalloway to Janice Galloway ‘There is no better way to appreciate another culture or to begin to understand the lives of others than through a...
2015/07/16 10:13
2015/07/16 10:13
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... domestic is the battleground on which we all live’ If you’re planning to read Laura Barnett’s bestselling debut novel The Versions of Us on the beach the summer, take a box of tissues. It’s only...
2015/07/11 13:12
2015/07/11 13:12
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Wimbledon came under some slight pressure this year. Nothing too severe: the equivalent not of a broken serve but something in the region of 0-30 at 4-all in the first set. It started perfectly, as...
2015/07/11 00:49
2015/07/11 00:49
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The Mark and the Void, by Paul Murray | Review The Dublin writer’s anticipated follow-up to the engaging ‘Skippy Dies’ tackles the financial crisis Sometimes all it takes is a dud sentence. Paul...
2015/07/09 15:55
2015/07/09 15:55
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The Reunion review: a film that realises the dream of every harassed schoolyard outsiderDirector and star Anna Odell does a brilliant job of layering mysteries between enigmas and dosing them in...
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2015/07/07 03:14
2015/07/07 03:14
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It was about eight at night, early July. The sun was blazing, falling behind the hills of southwest Portland. Sweat ran down my forehead. The dog was panting. Night Train by Martin Amis sat on my...
2015/07/04 10:42
2015/07/04 10:42
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I have always enjoyed a really dirty book. As a child, I loved the sensual thrill you could get from reading – before I was old enough for books with sex in them, I would read food scenes again and...
2015/07/03 12:13
2015/07/03 12:13
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In the course of that contest the two cities have sought advantage on every possible measure. London usually lost out on the height of its buildings but gained on street-level hipness. Their...
2015/06/29 12:24
2015/06/29 12:24
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Taylor Swift, country music's beloved daughter and, now, in the shimmer of her recent evolution, pop music’s queen, embodies a constellation of talents. The brightest of these, at least in the arena...
2015/06/26 20:16
2015/06/26 20:16
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Author Charlotte Grimshaw talks to Linda Herrick about the strangely familiar characters in her new novel, growing up with her famous father, C.K. Stead, and how a dog named Philip has changed...
2015/07/24 14:24
2015/07/24 14:24
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