• The London Review of Books #18

The London Review of Books

The London Review of Books #18

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The London Review of Books is a British literary magazine published twice monthly that features articles and essays on fiction and non-fiction subjects, which are usually structured as book reviews.

In this issue:

  • Ian Jack: Scotland’s fiery fiasco
  • James Butler: Short cuts
  • David Trotter: On Andrea Arnold
  • Michael Longley: Three poems: ‘Solomon’s Seal’, ‘Takabuti’, ‘Flycatcher’
  • Stephen Sedley: The Mandela BriefSydney Kentridge and the Trials of Apartheid by Thomas Grant
  • Sarah Resnick: Captives: How Rikers Island Took New York Hostage by Jarrod Shanhan 
  • Tom Johnson: Household Goods and Good Households in Late Medieval London by Katherine L. French
  • Jessica Au: Woman Running in the Mountains by Yūko Tsushima translated by Geraldine Harcourt 
  • Jorie Graham: Poem: ‘The Quiet’
  • Michael Hoffman: Crazy by Jane Feaver
  • Oliver Soden: Dweller in Shadows: A Life of Ivor Gurney by Kate Kennedy
  • Mary Wellesley: At the British Museum
  • Nora Goldschmidt: The Roman Republic of Letters by Katharina Volk
  • Sheila Fitzpatrick: Diary

London, U.K.; 270mm x 370mm; 38 pages; Volume 44, #18

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