Dangerous and powerful illusions: Henry Hopwood Phillips reviews Discontent and its Civilizations by Mohsin Hamid
Robert Crawford's account of the youth of T.S. Eliot is a worthy attempt to rescue the poet from those who would sculpt him into a monument.
Because it does not address the existential roots of the problem, Hussey's conclusions are unenlightening.
Does the author know he is producing agitprop or not? Henry Hopwood Phillips reviews The Establishment by Owen Jones.
Henry Hopwood Phlliips' verdict on Montefiore's latest book: tangential, lascivious and lacking a coherent message.
Henry Hopwood Phillips reviews Andrew Gant's History of English Church Music.