Duncan White reviews J M Coetzee’s Man Booker-longlisted sequel to The Childhood of Jesus Is it possible for a novel to be a series of boring conversations punctuated by silly dancing, but still be good?
It's been a great summer, right? Full of things to do and see and places to be and explore. And you've probably spent your long days reading your fill of amazing books (beach-oriented or otherwise), all
Pedro Almodovar on new film Julieta, turning down Meryl Streep and the 'dictatorship of the politically correct'
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Business psychologist Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic looks at how brands can turn their internal identity into public reputation The concept of brand personality refers to the human-like attributes associated
We met the author to talk about her dark debut novel, which is about a girl caught up in war-torn Yugoslavia. We also discussed her blog, Redeafined, which gives a voice to issues faced by the deaf. Sara
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