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Vol. 30 No. 18 · 25 September 2008

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Vol. 30 No. 18 · 25 September 2008

Ellen Meiksins Wood

Hobbes and Republican Liberty by Quentin Skinner. Cambridge, 245 pp., £12.99, February 2008, 978 0 521 71416 7

Letters

Mazen Labban, Wyatt Mason, Christopher Cordess, James Meek, Doreen Elcox, John McGill

David Craig

Two Poems

Terry Eagleton

Accident: A Philosophical and Literary History by Ross Hamilton. Chicago, 342 pp., £18, February 2008, 978 0 226 31484 6

Rosemary Hill

So I Have Thought of You: The Letters of Penelope Fitzgerald edited by Terence Dooley. Fourth Estate, 532 pp., £25, August 2008, 978 0 00 713640 7

Donald MacKenzie

What’s in a Number?

Perry Anderson

After Kemal

Andrew O’Hagan

Semi-Invisible Man: The Life of Norman Lewis by Julian Evans. Cape, 792 pp., £25, June 2008, 978 0 224 07275 5

R.W. Johnson

Short Cuts: Robbie Gets His Gun

Richard J. Evans

Hitler’s Empire: Nazi Rule in Occupied Europe by Mark Mazower. Allen Lane, 726 pp., £30, June 2008, 978 0 7139 9681 4

Mark Ford

James Fenimore Cooper: The Early Years by Wayne Franklin. Yale, 708 pp., £25, July 2008, 978 0 300 10805 7

Frank Kermode

‘The Creator as Critic’ and Other Writings by E.M. Forster, edited by Jeffrey Heath. Dundurn, 814 pp., £45, March 2008, 978 1 55002 522 4

Peter Campbell

At the Wallace Collection: Osbert Lancaster’s Promontory

Sam Thompson

The Act of Love by Howard Jacobson. Cape, 308 pp., £17.99, September 2008, 978 0 224 08609 7

Thomas Jones

The Broken World by Tim Etchells. Heinemann, 420 pp., £14.99, July 2008, 978 0 434 01833 8

Owen Bennett-Jones

Diary: in the North-West Frontier Province

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