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Graham Greene and Oxford’s pubs

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Representing sex in young adult fiction

Cherwell Books focuses on the importance of consent and honesty

Remembering Wallace: Biography and Memory

'The End of the Tour' is a powerful biopic, but by all accounts it gets David Foster Wallace wrong. Does that matter?

A flawed man with a revolutionary aim

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The ‘Brideshead Revisited’ reputation haunting Oxford

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Dr Hans Rosling's final book reminds us of the enduring importance of truth, says Harry Lloyd

Writing winter from Shakespeare to Selvon

Ellie Duncan surveys the representation of winter in literature through the ages

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Charly Cox's poetry confronts the reality of life as a young woman in the age of social media

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