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Vol. 24 No. 17 · 5 September 2002

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Vol. 24 No. 17 · 5 September 2002

Susan Eilenberg

Iris Murdoch: A Life by Peter Conradi. HarperCollins, 706 pp., £9.99, August 2002, 9780006531753

Letters

Stuart Hood, Elizabeth Roberts, Michael Goldman, Jenny Diski, Russell Seitz, Toby Poynder, J.F. Darycott, Stephen Holt, Judith Rascoe, Alan Myers, David Lindley, Charles Coutinho, Sanford Gabin, John O’Byrne

Thomas Laqueur

Primo Levi’s Ordinary Virtues: From Testimony to Ethics by Robert Gordon. Oxford, 316 pp., £45, October 2001, 0 19 815963 3
Primo Levi by Ian Thomson. Hutchinson, 624 pp., £25, March 2002, 0 09 178531 6
The Double Bond: Primo Levi, a Biography by Carole Angier. Viking, 898 pp., £25, April 2002, 0 670 88333 6

Peter Campbell

On the Beach

Matthew Sweeney

Poem: ‘Horse Dreams’

Michael Wood

Dostoevsky: The Mantle of the Prophet 1871-81 by Joseph Frank. Princeton, 784 pp., £24.95, May 2002, 0 691 08665 6

Thomas Jones

Short Cuts: Flirtation, Seduction and Betrayal

Christopher Harvie

Devolution Doom

Jerry Fodor

Thinking about Consciousness by David Papineau. Oxford, 280 pp., £25, April 2002, 0 19 924382 4

John Lanchester

From Russia with Love, Dr No and Goldfinger by Ian Fleming. Penguin, 640 pp., £10.99, April 2002, 0 14 118680 1

Anne Carson

Story: ‘Euripides to the Audience*’

William Skidelsky

Twelve by Nick McDonell. Atlantic, 244 pp., £9.99, July 2002, 1 84354 071 1

Sally Mapstone

Dirt Music by Tim Winton. Picador, 466 pp., £15.99, May 2002, 0 330 49024 9

Alfred Appel Jr

Jungle Joys

Hugh Pennington

Diary: Smallpox Scares

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