Books

A searing memoir offers an astonishing vision of national renewal, says Michael Duggan

It took far too long to grasp his unique evil, says Thelma Lovell

Ian Thomson praises the hushed intensity of Marius Kociejowski’s poems

Jonathan Wright on the unintended consequences of the Reformation

Quentin de la Bédoyère on reconciling science and art

Catholic martyrs may have been behind some of the Bard’s best lines, says Joseph Pearce

Ian Thomson welcomes Bret Easton Ellis’s waspish critique of ‘Generation Wuss’

A French philosopher makes a bold case for traditional wisdom, says Edward Feser