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My Mother’s Shoes

my mother was a woman of the 80s and embraced colour and pattern – a zebra print jumpsuit, a full-length denim skirt, and power shoulders on every coat. Ruth Thomas writes.

REVIEW: Swing Time (Zadie Smith)

The question of identity and Aimee’s fame also aligns the novel with our cultural predilections, one of which is the crazed obsession – fueled by every media outlet imaginable – with celebrity. Ryan Suckling reviews.

Column Talk I

The Doric Column came to be seen as an unornamented and dependable figure of American sentimentality, like Atticus Finch or Abraham Lincoln. Harry Peter Sanderson writes.