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The oldest continuously published magazine in the English language.

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  • 11/01/02--16:00: Selling sex up the river
  • Anne Enright is an Irish writer with a startling gift for domesticating the outlandish. In her last novel, about twins separated at birth, she explored the sadness at the heart… Read more

    The post Selling sex up the river appeared first on The Spectator.


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    Peter Conradi is a retired academic best known for his critical work on Iris Murdoch and, more recently, as her authorised biographer. The biography, though painstaking and full of interesting… Read more

    The post Doing something about your mind appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 04/25/08--17:00: More mayoral election fever
  • Once Upon a Time in the North is not to be confused with The Book of Dust, the big book which Philip Pullman has been promising for some time in… Read more

    The post More mayoral election fever appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 03/20/09--17:00: The mother’s tale
  • ‘I’m sick of this story of yours, this idea that it’s about drugs. If you want that to be the story then go away and write one of your f***ing… Read more

    The post The mother’s tale appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 02/26/10--16:00: Spoilt for choice
  • It is more than ten years since Natasha Walter published The New Feminism, a can-do look at the ‘uniquely happy story’ of the women’s movement. It is more than ten… Read more

    The post Spoilt for choice appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 03/18/11--17:00: Triumph and disaster
  • The title of this first novel refers to a version of childhood as a magical kingdom where evil can be overturned and heaven and earth remade at the whim of… Read more

    The post Triumph and disaster appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 04/08/11--17:00: Cuckoo in the nest
  • Caradoc King, the well-known literary agent, was adopted in 1948 as a baby into a family of three girls, shortly joined by a fourth, presided over by a difficult, unhappy… Read more

    The post Cuckoo in the nest appeared first on The Spectator.


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    The story of the Pendle witch trials in 1612 is well known, thanks to the publication of The Wonderfull Disoverie of Witches in Lancashire by Thomas Potts, clerk to the… Read more

    The post The Daylight Gate, by Jeanette Winterson Claudia FitzHerbert appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 10/10/12--20:00: A guide to the media circus
  • Caitlin Moran’s  bestselling How to be a Woman careered with reckless frivolity from the personal (eldest of eight, home-schooled in a council house in Wolverhampton) to the political (better pornography,… Read more

    The post A guide to the media circus appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 10/30/13--21:00: Winning through
  • ‘Experiences aren’t given us to be “got over”, otherwise they would hardly be experiences.’ The opening sentence of the first draft of The Bookshop, published in 1978 when Penelope Fitzgerald… Read more

    The post Winning through appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 03/12/14--21:00: A book for all ages
  • The genesis of The Road to Middlemarch was a fine article in the New Yorker about  Rebecca Mead’s unsuccessful search for the origin of the remark, sometimes attributed to George… Read more

    The post A book for all ages appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 11/01/02--16:00: Selling sex up the river
  • Anne Enright is an Irish writer with a startling gift for domesticating the outlandish. In her last novel, about twins…

    The post Selling sex up the river appeared first on The Spectator.


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    Peter Conradi is a retired academic best known for his critical work on Iris Murdoch and, more recently, as her…

    The post Doing something about your mind appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 04/25/08--17:00: More mayoral election fever
  • Once Upon a Time in the North is not to be confused with The Book of Dust, the big book…

    The post More mayoral election fever appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 03/20/09--17:00: The mother’s tale
  • ‘I’m sick of this story of yours, this idea that it’s about drugs. If you want that to be the…

    The post The mother’s tale appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 02/26/10--16:00: Spoilt for choice
  • It is more than ten years since Natasha Walter published The New Feminism, a can-do look at the ‘uniquely happy…

    The post Spoilt for choice appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 03/18/11--17:00: Triumph and disaster
  • The title of this first novel refers to a version of childhood as a magical kingdom where evil can be…

    The post Triumph and disaster appeared first on The Spectator.


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  • 04/08/11--17:00: Cuckoo in the nest
  • Caradoc King, the well-known literary agent, was adopted in 1948 as a baby into a family of three girls, shortly…

    The post Cuckoo in the nest appeared first on The Spectator.


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    The story of the Pendle witch trials in 1612 is well known, thanks to the publication of The Wonderfull Disoverie…

    The post The Daylight Gate, by Jeanette Winterson Claudia FitzHerbert appeared first on The Spectator.


    0 0
  • 10/10/12--20:00: A guide to the media circus
  • Caitlin Moran’s  bestselling How to be a Woman careered with reckless frivolity from the personal (eldest of eight, home-schooled in…

    The post A guide to the media circus appeared first on The Spectator.


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