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October 14, 2021
Henry ‘Chips’ Channon: The Diaries (Volume 2): 1938-43by Chips Channonedited by Simon Heffer Hutchinson, £35, 1,120 pages ________ This doorstop of a book is the second of Henry Channon’s long and much-anticipated uncensored diaries, and it’s well worth the wait. For many decades his heirs withheld permission of publication, fearing Channon’s more stinging comments on
February 18, 2016
Bone Tomahawk, starring Kurt Russell, is a genre-bending Western that doesn't deserve to be overlooked
November 12, 2015
A translation of 'the first true biography of an African woman' challenges lazy assumptions about the continent's culture
October 29, 2015
Scott Hendrix has written a scholarly but vivid portrait of a man living through a spiritual crisis
May 07, 2015
A retrospective of Mac Conner's illustrations showcases his visionary talent
March 26, 2015
Amid The Gunman's carnage and moral ambivalence, Mark Rylance steals the show
March 26, 2015
A new biography makes it clear that St Joan was not a hysteric or mentally unbalanced
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