Hilary Mantel and Penelope Fitzgerald have saved historical fiction from a middlebrow wasteland.
by Leo Robson
Warm and unaffected, Philip Glass’s memoir is nothing like his music.
Atul Gawande argues that physicians should focus care on the good life—including its very end.
The music of Empire is the theology of capitalism.
Snowpiercer mocks what The Lego Movie cheers—a happy world of compulsory production.
Danny Cooke’s Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl summons a lost history of familiar and alien dreams.