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Vol. 26 No. 1 · 8 January 2004

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Cover Artist

Peter Campbell

Alan Bennett

Diary: A Shameful Year

Letters

Leo Baxendale, L.J. Hurst, Ross Arthur, Alex Dillon, Malcolm Gluck, Dewi Jones, Gautam Premnath, Mieke Gordon, Paul Kriwaczek, Editor, ‘London Review’, Bill Guariento, John Barnes, Geoffrey Ridley Barrow

Jenny Diski

The Boy by Germaine Greer. Thames and Hudson, 256 pp., £29.95, October 2003, 9780500238097

Peter Campbell

At The Whitechapel: Gerhard Richter

Nicholas Spice

Wild Analysis by Sigmund Freud, edited by Adam Phillips, translated by Alan Bance. Penguin, 222 pp., £8.99, November 2002, 0 14 118242 3

Michael Byers

The Ultimate Justice Show

Ilan Pappe

The Geneva Bubble

Thomas Jones

Short Cuts: dictators’ bunkers

Paul Laity

Female Intelligence: Women and Espionage in the First World War by Tammy Proctor. New York, 205 pp., $27, June 2003, 0 8147 6693 5

Carl Elliott

Constructing RSI: Belief and Desire by Yolande Lucire. New South Wales, 216 pp., £24.50, September 2002, 9780868407784
Meaning, Medicine and the ‘Placebo Effect’ by Daniel Moerman. Cambridge, 172 pp., £14.95, October 2002, 0 521 00087 4

John Burnside

Poem: ‘Haar’

Barbara Everett

Love with Time Let in

Emily Wilson

If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho by Anne Carson. Virago, 397 pp., £12.99, November 2003, 1 84408 081 1
The Sappho History by Margaret Reynolds. Palgrave, 311 pp., £19.99, May 2003, 0 333 97170 1
Sappho's Leap by Erica Jong. Norton, 320 pp., $24.95, May 2003, 0 393 05761 5

Christopher Tayler

Set This House in Order by Matt Ruff. Flamingo, 496 pp., £12, October 2003, 0 00 716423 8

Iain Sinclair

Diary: Out of Essex

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