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Vol. 37 No. 16 · 27 August 2015

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Vol. 37 No. 16 · 27 August 2015

Jan-Werner Müller

Rule-Breaking

Letters

John Dewey, Rolf Ekéus, Chronis Tzedakis, Xenia Kounalaki, Peter Dronke, John Saunders, Hugh Roberts, Peter Fernandes, Peter Smith

Owen Bennett-Jones

‘We Love Death as You Love Life’: Britain’s Suburban Terrorists by Raffaello Pantucci. Hurst, 377 pp., £15.99, March 2015, 978 1 84904 165 2

Michael Wood

Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network by Caroline Levine. Princeton, 173 pp., £19.95, January 2015, 978 0 691 16062 7

Peter Spagnuolo

Poem: ‘How to Pull a Building Down’

Pankaj Mishra

The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America, 1933-73 by Mark Greif. Princeton, 434 pp., £19.95, January 2015, 978 0 691 14639 3
Moral Agents: Eight 20th-Century American Writers by Edward Mendelson. New York Review, 216 pp., £12.99, May 2015, 978 1 59017 776 1

Christopher Tayler

A Hand Reached Down to Guide Me by David Gates. Serpent’s Tail, 314 pp., £12.99, August 2015, 978 1 78125 491 2
Jernigan by David Gates. Serpent’s Tail, 339 pp., £8.99, August 2015, 978 1 78125 490 5

Stephen Sedley

The Right to Die

Perry Anderson

Imitation Democracy

David Runciman

Short Cuts: The Corbyn Surge

Avies Platt

A Lazarus beside Me

Helen Farish

Poem: ‘Athens’

Anne Wagner

At Tate Britain: Hepworth

Jessica Olin

Selfish, Shallow and Self-Absorbed: Sixteen Writers on the Decision Not to Have Kids edited by Meghan Daum. Picador, 282 pp., £17.99, May 2015, 978 1 250 05293 3

Adam Smyth

The Stationers’ Company and The Printers of London: 1501-57 by Peter Blayney. Cambridge, 2 vols, 1238 pp., £150, November 2013, 978 1 107 03501 0

Alice Spawls

At Dulwich Picture Gallery: Ravilious

Thomas Keymer

The Court Journals and Letters of Frances Burney 1786-91, Vols III-IV: 1788 edited by Lorna Clark. Oxford, 824 pp., £225, September 2014, 978 0 19 968814 2

Ardis Butterfield

Diary: Who was Chaucer?

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