One of Spain’s finest writers who fought against racism and sexism Scourge of racism, sexism and Spanish obscurantism, and defender of Muslim culture, Juan Goytisolo, who has died aged 86, was one of most
Health news A new, non-invasive knee procedure could bring some relief for patients suffering from debilitating chronic pain, for whom surgery is not an option. The treatment, recently approved by the
It's a time to indulge in the texts that are most appealing, without scrutiny: an easy beach read, a guilty pleasure, or that book you've always meant to start. But students at some of America's most private
How much time does it take to change a thing — a government, a society, a person? The great Russian writers differed on this question. Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s most spiritually robust heroes insist that it
Get to know the architect’s signature buildings Believer in suburban utopia. Father of organic architecture. Doghouse designer. Cape-wearing dandy. Purported target of grave-robbing. Bootlegging apprentice.
Beat the heat in these urban paradises Summer is in full swing, which means there’s no better time to play outdoors. But even diehard city lovers sometimes tire of the incessant urban annoyances in the
My first realization was that the Americans’ and Haitians’ answers were not so different. Both responses located breast cancer as something that happens to someone else — to someone saddled with bad family
Roy’s first novel in 20 years is a sprawling but memorable tale involving a vast cast The drama of the unforthcoming second novel is often a great deal more intense and traumatic to literary onlookers