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Vol. 41 No. 9 · 9 May 2019

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Cover Artist

Cressida Bell

Jenny Turner

k-punk: The Collected and Unpublished Writings of Mark Fisher edited by Darren Ambrose. Repeater, 817 pp., £25, November 2018, 978 1 912248 28 5

Letters

Tim Towers, Eoin Dillon, Colin Cohen, Michael Neill, Ian Birchall, Sarah Richmond, John Taylor, Doina Percival, Daniel O’Neil, Jane Card, Rorie Fulton, Richard Tagart

Adam Shatz

Trump’s America, Netanyahu’s Israel

Tom Stevenson

AngloArabia: Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain by David Wearing. Polity, 275 pp., £15.99, September 2018, 978 1 5095 3203 2

Stefan Collini

Ian Watt: The Novel and the Wartime Critic by Marina MacKay. Oxford, 228 pp., £25, November 2018, 978 0 19 882499 2

Tom Crewe

Short Cuts: High on Our Own Supply

Freya Johnston

Samuel Johnson edited by David Womersley. Oxford, 1344 pp., £95, May 2018, 978 0 19 960951 2

Jamie McKendrick

Two Poems

Adam Mars-Jones

Armand V.: Footnotes to an Unexcavated Novel by Dag Solstad, translated by Steven Murray. Vintage, 256 pp., £11.99, May 2018, 978 1 78470 846 7
T. Singer by Dag Solstad, translated by Tiina Nunnally. Vintage, 272 pp., £9.99, May 2018, 978 1 78470 306 6

Rosa Curling

The Right to Protest

Ian Patterson

Machines like Me by Ian McEwan. Cape, 305 pp., £18.99, April 2019, 978 1 78733 166 2

Richard Taws

At the National Gallery: Louis-Léopold Boilly

Christian Davies

Under the Railway Line

Bee Wilson

Exceeding My Brief: Memoirs of a Disobedient Civil Servant by Barbara Hosking. Biteback, 384 pp., £9.99, March 2019, 978 1 78590 462 2

Mary Hannity

Bad Girls: The Rebels and Renegades of Holloway Prison by Caitlin Davies. John Murray, 373 pp., £10.99, February 2019, 978 1 4736 4776 3

Michael Wood

At the Movies: ‘The Sisters Brothers’

Owen Hatherley

No Place to Go: How Public Toilets Fail Our Private Needs by Lezlie Lowe. Coach House, 220 pp., £12.95, September 2018, 978 1 55245 370 4

Adewale Maja-Pearce

Diary: ‘Make Nigeria Great Again’

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