Arts & Books

‘Licht’ is a radiant hymn of joy, says Peter Quantrill

This account of ‘infiltration’ is fair-minded but sloppy, says Joseph Shaw

Steve Larkin on a book that gives a voice to America’s ‘back row’

David Platzer on family anecdotes of a great adventure writer

Roderick O’Donnell explains the controversies of the Gothic Revival

Jane Haining embodied the best qualities of Presbyterian Scotland, says Allan Massie

Matt Thorne on a grandiose new theory of social change