‘I have confidence in life, which I love. I have confidence in my own body, far more intelligent than us
In the autumn of 1945, in the broken months after the end of the Second World War, Natalia Ginzburg was
The window in front of my desk looks onto a bank with a hedge of hazel, ash and hawthorn. At
Sometimes, change is extraordinarily sudden. The first case of coronavirus appeared in China on 19 November 2019. It reached Italy
In preparation for a visit to meet Northern Heartlands in County Durham, I’ve been reading about their community projects and artists’ residencies,
What a sad day. Not just for me, but for millions of people across this complicated continent – British people who
On this day, 75 years ago, Soviet forces reached the Nazi incarceration and extermination complex at Auschwitz. What they found
Chaque génération, sans doute, se croit vouée à refaire le monde. La mienne sait pourtant qu’elle ne le refera pas.
The 2019 Parliamentary Election will surely be a turning point in the UK’s history, but how much has the country
Yesterday, Olga Tokarczuk gave her Nobel Lecture at the Swedish Academy, which awarded her the 2018 Nobel Prize for Literature.