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65 66 68 69 70 71 71 72
35 74 79 78
DECEMBER 2009 / JANUARY 2010
DAVID PRYCE-JONES The Arabs: A History Eugene Rogan JAY PARINI Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression Morris Dickstein PAUL BEW Crown and Shamrock: Love and Hate Between Ireland and the British Monarchy Mary Kenny GILLIAN TINDALL The Great Cities in History (Ed) John Julius Norwich ALLAN MASSIE Kipling Abroad: Traffics and Discoveries from Burma to Brazil (Ed) Andrew Lycett DIANA QUICK Black and White Sands Elma Napier
SARA WHEELER Manhood: The Rise and Fall of the Penis Mels van Driel TOM FLEMING ON THE BAD SEX IN FICTION AWARDS
JONATHAN DERBYSHIRE Disgrace (Dir) Steve Jacobs
KATHRYN HUGHES TALKS TO HILARY MANTEL
A C GRAYLING The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World Iain McGilchrist FRANCIS WHEEN On Rumours: How Falsehoods Spread, Why We Belive Them, What Can Be Done Cass R Sunstein ALEX GOODALL The Anti-Communist Manifestos: Four Books that Shaped the Cold War John V Fleming SIMON HEFFER Getting Our Way: 500 Years of Adventure and Intrigue – The Inside Story of British Diplomacy Christopher Meyer JONATHAN MIRSKY Journalism’s Roving Eye: A History of American Foreign Reporting John Maxwell Hamilton JOHN GRIBBIN Uranium Wars: The Scientific Rivalry that Created the Nuclear Age Amir D Aczel
ELSPETH BARKER Collected Stories William Trevor DAVID LODGE The Original of Laura Vladimir Nabokov MICHAEL JACOBS Nazi Literature in the Americas Roberto Bolaño SARAH A SMITH The Museum of Innocence Orhan Pamuk TIM MARTIN Chronic City Jonathan Lethem SIMON BAKER The Legend of Liz and Joe John Murray MICHAEL ARDITTI Chaos Edmund White BELINDA JACK Normance Céline
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DAVID LODGE is a novelist and critic, and Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Birmingham. His most recent novels are Author, Author and Deaf Sentence.
A C GRAYLING’s latest book is To Set Prometheus Free (Oberon Books), published last month.
DAVID PRYCE-JONES’s most recent book, Safe Houses, is published by Sinclair-Stevenson. He is Senior Editor of National Review.
DIARMAID MACCULLOCH is Fellow of St Cross College and Professor of the History of the Church at Oxford University. His latest book is A History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years (Allen Lane).
SARA WHEELER’s latest book is The Magnetic North (Jonathan Cape).
FRANCIS WHEEN’s most recent book is Strange Days Indeed (Fourth Estate).
JAY PARINI, a poet and novelist, is author of The Last Station, a novel about Tolstoy’s life, which will be released as a film in February, starring Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, and James McAvoy.
DAVID CESARANI’s latest book, Major Farran’s Hat: Murder, Scandal and Britain’s War Against Jewish Terrorism, 1945-1948, is published by Heinemann.
JOHN GRIBBIN is the author of Science: A History (Penguin).
PAUL ADDISON’s book No Turning Back: The Peacetime Revolutions of Post-War Britain will be published by OUP in April.
ALLAN MASSIE is writing a book about the ghost of Vichy.
PHILIP WOMACK’s second novel for children, The Liberators, will be published by Bloomsbury in February.
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