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Vol. 32 No. 6 · 25 March 2010

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Cover Artist

Peter Campbell

David Runciman

The Politician: An Insider’s Account of John Edwards’s Pursuit of the Presidency and the Scandal That Brought Him Down by Andrew Young. Thomas Dunne, 301 pp., $24.99, January 2010, 978 0 312 64065 1
Race of a Lifetime: How Obama Won the White House by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin. Viking, 448 pp., £25, January 2010, 978 0 670 91802 7

Letters

Iain Pears, Bill Manhire, Nancy Bauer, Pamela Blevins

Tony Judt and Kristina Božič

The Way Things Are and How They Might Be

David Blackbourn

The Silences of Hammerstein by Hans Magnus Enzensberger, translated by Martin Chalmers. Seagull, 465 pp., £20, 1 906497 22 2

Thomas Jones

Solar by Ian McEwan. Cape, 285 pp., £18.99, 0 224 09049 6

Peter Campbell

At Tate Britain: Henry Moore

Galen Strawson

36 Arguments for the Existence of God by Rebecca Goldstein. Atlantic, 402 pp., £12.99, March 2010, 978 1 84887 153 3

Michael Wood

At the Movies: ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Ange Mlinko

The Verse Revolutionaries: Ezra Pound, H.D. and the Imagists by Helen Carr. Cape, 982 pp., £30, May 2009, 978 0 224 04030 3

Chris Mullin

Short Cuts: Michael Foot

Aaron Matz

Normance by Louis-Ferdinand Céline, translated by Marlon Jones. Dalkey Archive, 371 pp., £9.99, June 2009, 978 1 56478 525 1

Frank Kermode

A History of Christianity: The First 3000 Years by Diarmaid MacCulloch. Allen Lane, 1161 pp., £35, September 2009, 978 0 7139 9869 6

Tariq Ali

Unhappy Yemen

John Burnside

Three Poems

Christopher de Bellaigue

Twelve Days in Persia by Vita Sackville-West. Tauris Parke, 142 pp., £9.99, August 2009, 978 1 84511 933 1

Mary Beard

History Man: The Life of R.G. Collingwood by Fred Inglis. Princeton, 385 pp., £23.95, 0 691 13014 0

Joshua Kurlantzick

Tearing Apart the Land: Islam and Legitimacy in Southern Thailand by Duncan McCargo. Cornell, 227 pp., £12.95, 9780801474996

Günter Eich, translated by Michael Hofmann

Five Poems

Andrew O’Hagan

Diary: Jon Venables

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