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Vol. 38 No. 5 · 3 March 2016

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Anne Rothenstein

Thomas Nagel

Objective Troy: A Terrorist, a President and the Rise of the Drone by Scott Shane. Bantam, 416 pp., £20, September 2015, 978 0 8041 4029 4

Letters

Natalie Smith, Chris McCall, Brian Vickers, Simon Lacey, Michael Carley, Malcolm Vale, Keshava Guha, Tony Arnold, Joserra Olarieta, Ian Jackson, Jonathan Sawday, J.P. Roos, Kenneth Rower, Moshé Machover, Hammond Guthrie, Lawrence Manion, John Simpson, Bill Whyte, Dominic Haigh, Chris Rayner

Carol Berger

In Giza

Frances Stonor Saunders

Where on Earth are you?

Andrew O’Hagan

West of Eden: An American Place by Jean Stein. Cape, 334 pp., £20, February 2016, 978 0 224 10246 9

Matthew Dickman

Poem: ‘Empty Lot Poem’

Owen Bennett-Jones

The Military and the Mullahs

Blair Worden

The Murder of King James I by Alastair Bellany and Thomas Cogswell. Yale, 618 pp., £30, October 2015, 978 0 300 21496 3

Tariq Ali

Corbyn’s Progress

Didier Fassin

Short Cuts: Permanent State of Emergency

Rosemary Hill

At Tate Modern: Alexander Calder

Nick Richardson

Number 11 by Jonathan Coe. Viking, 351 pp., £16.99, November 2015, 978 0 670 92379 3

Francis FitzGibbon

Joint Enterprise

Miles Taylor

The Tears of the Rajas: Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805-1905 by Ferdinand Mount. Simon & Schuster, 784 pp., £12.99, January 2016, 978 1 4711 2946 9

Jorie Graham

Poem: ‘Self-Portrait: May I Touch You’

Patrick Cockburn

End Times for the Caliphate?

Joshua Cohen

The Wall by H.G. Adler, translated by Peter Filkins. Modern Library, 672 pp., £12.99, September 2015, 978 0 8129 8315 9

Theo Tait

Sylvia by Leonard Michaels. Daunt Books, 131 pp., £9.99, June 2015, 978 1 907970 55 9

Christian Lorentzen

Driving through a Postcard

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