London Review of Books 45/10 18 May 2023

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Vol. 45 No. 10 · 18 May 2023

Rory Scothorne

Politics and the People: Scotland, 1945-79 by Malcolm Petrie


Bill Lancaster, Agnieszka Hodgson, John Bothwell, Harry Watson, Rob Wills, John Clegg, Liz Heron, Bill Hayton, Craig Westwood

Erin Maglaque

On the Inconvenience of Other People by Lauren Berlant

William Davies

A Fan’s Life: The Agony of Victory and the Thrill of Defeat by Paul Campos

Nicholas Penny

At the V&A: Donatello

Jonathan Parry

Life on Sark

Maureen N. McLane

Poem: ‘From a Book of Hours’

Alex de Waal

The Revolution No One Wanted

Malcolm Gaskill

On Savage Shores: How Indigenous Americans Discovered Europe by Caroline Dodds Pennock

Tobias Gregory

Celestial Aspirations: Classical Impulses in British Poetry and Art by Philip Hardie

Chris Armstrong

Short Cuts: High Seas Fishing

Claire Hall

Anaximander and the Nature of Science by Carlo Rovelli, translated by Marion Lignana Rosenberg

Michael Wood

At the Movies: Éric Rohmer

Julian Bell


Rosemary Hill

Ways of Life: Jim Ede and the Kettle’s Yard Artists by Laura Freeman

Adam Mars-Jones

James Purdy: Life of a Contrarian Writer by Michael Snyder

A.E. Stallings

Poem: ‘Snowdrops’

Alexandra Reza

The Wind Whistling in the Cranes by Lídia Jorge, translated by Margaret Jull Costa and Annie McDermott

Francis Gooding

Monumental Guns

Toby Green

Lourenço da Silva Mendonça and the Black Abolitionist Movement in the 17th Century by José Lingna Nafafé

Hadeel Assali

Diary: Palestinians in Paraguay

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Weight 0.140000
Binding Magazine
Pages 44
Date Published 2023-05-11 00:00:00
ISBN13/Barcode 9770260959189
Publisher London Review Of Books