Faber is being urged to make amends for turning down George Orwell’s novella in 1944. But it is far from the only publisher to miss out on a future bestseller Ah, the heyday of publishing – big desks,
In the countdown to a possible no-deal exit from the EU, there are some who cling to an optimistic narrative that our community spirit will get us through. Indeed, recent experiences in Whaley Bridge some
Uniquely among accounts of the Weils, Olsson creates a vivid sense of Simone grappling with the maths alongside us On 1 September 1939, Simone Weil sent a telegram to her brother André: “Recommend reading
Although the trailer for the film adaptation of Cats divided the internet when it was released last week, TS Eliot would likely have approved of the “rich strangeness” that has disturbed so many, according
Trailer for cinema adaptation united the internet in revulsion, but has it unwittingly hit upon something?
The poet had a subversive and playful side that seems to have inspired Tom Hooper’s film adaptation Cats rule the internet. Not since ancient Egypt have feline gods held such sway and, given how many office
Almost 40 years after Andrew Lloyd Webber’s first block-buster musical sprang forth – to much surprise – from the unlikely source of a collection of children’s poems by TS Eliot, Cats is coming to the
There has been widespread criticism of the new Cats film trailer – but have its decriers been too soon to judge, asks Nicholas Barber. The new trailer for Tom Hooper’s Cats film couldn’t have had a worse