The London Review of Books

Karl Miller

The London Review of Books is something new. This, for the first time, is it. The journal will appear fortnightly, with a summer layoff, and it will appear, for the present, marsupially or bisectingly, together with the New York Review of Books. Editorially, it will be separate and independent.

The full text of this essay is only available to subscribers of the London Review of Books.

You are not logged in