Times Literary Supplement

Mental slavery

Published: 20 May 2005

In My Father’s Shadow: A daughter’s insight into the man behind the Prime Minister’s mask by Rachel Manley.


Fit for revival

Published: 12 March 2004

Death’s Jest Book by Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Edited by Michael Bradshaw.


Lady makes a splash

Published: 23 May 2003

Wrapped in Rainbows: The life of Zora Neale Hurston by Valerie Boyd. Zora Neale Hurston, author and folklorist, was a leading light in the Harlem Renaissance, the black American arts movement that coincided with the Jazz Age.


Sciascia’s horror of sulphurous evil

Published: 17 October 1997

Il Maestro di Regalpetra: Vita di Leonardo Sciascia by Matteo Collura. The word “Mafia” (probably from the Arab mahias, meaning bully or braggart) was scarcely heard in Sicilian daily life before 1961.


Siren voice

Published: 03 January 2014

Childhood and Other Stories by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. Translated by Stephen Parkin.

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