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Vol. 24 No. 19 · 3 October 2002

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Vol. 24 No. 19 · 3 October 2002

Perry Anderson

Interesting Times: A 20th-Century Life by Eric Hobsbawm. Allen Lane, 448 pp., £20, September 2002, 0 7139 9581 5

Letters

Jacob de Villiers, Margaret Kearton, Michael Jacobsen, Eugene Sullivan, Scott Lahti, David Drew, Liz Willis, Brenda Deen Schildgen, Andrew Burnside, Edmond Wright, Anthony Fowles, Richard Cummings

Anatol Lieven

The Push for War

Peter Campbell

At Tate Modern: Barnett Newman

Charles Glass

Iraq Must Go!

Marina Warner

The Invention of Telepathy by Roger Luckhurst. Oxford, 334 pp., £35, June 2002, 0 19 924962 8

August Kleinzahler

Poem: ‘A History of Western Music’

James Wood

The Autograph Man by Zadie Smith. Hamish Hamilton, 420 pp., £16.99, September 2002, 0 241 13998 8

Thomas Jones

Short Cuts: Aristophanes

Daniel Soar

Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides. Bloomsbury, 529 pp., £16.99, October 2002, 0 7475 6023 4

Laura Quinney

Still Life with Oysters and Lemon by Mark Doty. Beacon, 72 pp., $11, January 2002, 0 8070 6609 5
Source by Mark Doty. Cape, 69 pp., £8, April 2002, 9780224062282

Claire Harman

The Chameleon Poet: A Life of George Barker by Robert Fraser. Cape, 573 pp., £25, February 2002, 0 224 06242 5

Conor Gearty

How we declare war

Penelope Fitzgerald

Thirteen Poems

Christopher Prendergast

Haussmann: His Life and Times, and the Making of Modern Paris by Michel Carmona, translated by Patrick Camiller. Ivan Dee, 480 pp., £25, June 2002, 9781566634274

Peter Wollen

Documenta 11 

Yitzhak Laor

Diary: General Boogey’s War

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