Dr Hans Rosling's final book reminds us of the enduring importance of truth, says Harry Lloyd
Raffaella Sero reviews Philip Pullman's latest novel
The world of literature is abundant with monsters: physical monsters, psychological monsters, benevolent monsters, evil monsters. However, there is hardly a monster as puzzling...
"Translation is not without flaws – it cannot help but alter authorial voice, although the degree to which this takes place is certainly not consistent."
Should lyrics be given the same respect as poetry?
Daniel Curtis loses himself in tales of writerly pub trips in the penultimate Through the Looking Glass
Jacob Cheli talks to BBC Correspondent Michael Bristow about his travels around China with a cross-dressing language teacher
Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express reminds us why the detective remains so intriguing, writes Raffaella Sero
The historical Project 1917 is bringing new life to the Russian Revolution, writes Lucy Enderby
Bridget McNulty discusses Hugh Ortega's debut collection and Chilean identity