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Vol. 37 No. 6 · 19 March 2015

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Cover Artist

Alexander Gorlizki

Letters

Robin Prior, Jackson Lears, June Andrews, Gavin Francis, Markus Eichhorn, Murray Biggs, Daniel Waissbein, Eliot Weinberger, Richard J. Evans, Frank Tangherlini

Keith Gessen

Remembering Boris Nemtsov

Marina Warner

Learning My Lesson

Stephen W. Smith

China’s Second Continent: How a Million Migrants Are Building a New Empire in Africa by Howard French. Knopf, 285 pp., £22.50, June 2014, 978 0 307 95698 9

Christopher Tayler

Letters of Samuel Beckett: 1957-65 by George Craig, Martha Dow Fehsenfeld, Dan Gunn and Lois More Overbeck. Cambridge, 771 pp., £30, September 2014, 978 0 521 86795 5

Nick Richardson

At White Cube: Christian Marclay

John Burnside

Two Poems

Hal Foster

After the White Cube

Emilie Bickerton

Eric Rohmer: Biographie by Antoine de Baecque and Noël Herpe. Stock, 605 pp., €29, January 2014, 978 2 234 07561 0
Friponnes de porcelaine by Eric Rohmer. Stock, 304 pp., €20, January 2014, 978 2 234 07631 0

Jeremy Harding

Short Cuts: David Jones’s War

Deborah Friedell

Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United by Zephyr Teachout. Harvard, 376 pp., £22.95, October 2014, 978 0 674 05040 2

Misha Glenny

The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld by Jamie Bartlett. Heinemann, 303 pp., £20, August 2014, 978 0 434 02315 8

Nicholas Guyatt

Empire of Necessity: The Untold History of a Slave Rebellion in the Age of Liberty by Greg Grandin. Oneworld, 360 pp., £25, May 2014, 978 1 78074 410 0

Luke Brown

Lurid & Cute by Adam Thirlwell. Cape, 358 pp., £16.99, January 2015, 978 0 224 08913 5

T.J. Clark

Poem: ‘Buildings of England’

Michael Neill

Shakespeare and Classical Antiquity by Colin Burrow. Oxford, 281 pp., £16.99, September 2013, 978 0 19 968479 3

Wystan Curnow

Poem: ‘Episodes’

Kristin Dombek

Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon. Faber, 288 pp., £14.99, February 2015, 978 0 571 31383 9

Yonatan Mendel

Diary: The Israeli Elections

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