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Vol. 29 No. 7 · 5 April 2007

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Cover Artist

Peter Campbell

Colm Tóibín

My Darlings

Letters

Gérard Prunier, Matthew Moore, Sean Coleman, Jannie Armstrong, David Rubenstein, Charlie Beckett, Howard Millbank, Eric Metcalfe, Richard Tagart, Axel Harvey, Jack Harris

Bernard Porter

Stanley: The Impossible Life of Africa’s Greatest Explorer by Tim Jeal. Faber, 570 pp., £25, March 2007, 978 0 571 22102 8

Maya Jasanoff

Occupational Hazards: My Time Governing in Iraq by Rory Stewart. Picador, 422 pp., £17.99, June 2006, 0 330 44049 7

James Buchan

The Enlightenment and the Book: Scottish Authors and Their Publishers in 18th-Century Britain, Ireland and America by Richard Sher. Chicago, 815 pp., £25.50, February 2007, 978 0 226 75252 5

Ruth Bernard Yeazell

Edith Wharton by Hermione Lee. Chatto, 853 pp., £25, February 2007, 978 0 7011 6665 6

Susan Eilenberg

Imposture by Benjamin Markovits. Faber, 200 pp., £10.99, January 2007, 978 0 571 23332 8

Neil Rollinson

Poem: ‘Demolition’

Fredric Jameson

Japan-ness in Architecture by Arata Isozaki, translated by Sabu Kohso. MIT, 349 pp., £19.95, July 2006, 0 262 09038 4

John Lanchester

Short Cuts: Climate Change

Peter Campbell

Ove Arup: Masterbuilder of the 20th Century by Peter Jones. Yale, 364 pp., £25, November 2006, 0 300 11296 3

Charles Reeve

Art Czar: The Rise and Fall of Clement Greenberg by Alice Goldfarb Marquis. Lund Humphries, 321 pp., £25, April 2006, 0 85331 940 5

Donald MacKenzie

The Political Economy of Carbon Trading

Peter Campbell

At the British Museum: John White’s New World

Norman Dombey

The Future of the UK’s Strategic Nuclear Deterrent: The White Paper, Cm. 6994  Stationery Office, 140 pp., £13.50, December 2006, 0 10 169942 5
The Future of the UK’s Strategic Nuclear Deterrent: The White Paper. Ninth Report, House of Commons Defence Committee, HC 225-I  Stationery Office, 88 pp., £14.50, March 2007, 978 0 215 03281 2

Paul Myerscough

The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom directed by Adam Curtis. BBC2

Neal Ascherson

Diary: Scotophobia

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