Read online or download a free book: 'london Review Of Books': An Anthology: No. 3
Publisher: Verso Books (29 Oct. 1996)
By: 'London Review of Books' (Author), Alan Bennett (Foreword)
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Often controversial, the 'London Review of Books' informs and entertains its readers with a fortnightly dose of all things cultural. Bringing together some of the choicest pieces from recent years, this anthology presents contemporary discursive journalism. Pieces include: Christopher Hitchens's scathing account of the Clinton presidency: Terry Castle's hotly-debated reading of Jane Austen: Richard Rorty on Heidegger: Edward Said on the Palestinian surrender: Fredric Jameson on Walter Benjamin: Adam Phillips on Sigmund Freud: Frank Kermode on Paul de Man: Jenny Diski on death in Highgate Cemetery: Stephen Frear's adventures in Hollywood: Jerry Fodor takes issue with richard Dawkins on evolution: Stanley Cavell praises the Marx Brothers: V.G. Kiernan honours the memory of Guy Burgess: Ross McKibbin sticks up for Harold Wilson: Tom Nairn on nationalism: Neal Ascherson on 'Ten Days That Shook the World' journalist John Reed: Alan Bennett's 1995 diary, published here for the first time in book form.
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