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Sunday, November 18, 2018

The Economics of Killing review

The Economics of Killing, by Vijay Mehta, promises to bridge the gap of understanding between the theoretical worlds of finance and economics, and the...

By Way of Deception: The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad...

An entertaining if far-fetched account of the dealings of a one-time Mossad officer

A Greek myth troublingly retold

Sarah Cate Anstey’s Dion: His Life and Mine is marketed as a refreshing retelling of the story of Ariadne and her husband Dionysus. It...

The Saint book club: October edition

With the autumn season slowly inching towards the first cold gusts of winter, curling up inside Taste on a windy afternoon with a good...

Revisiting the future: How I Live Now

Critically acclaimed and internationally recognised, How I Live Now, is a narrative exploration of a romantic affair that becomes a victim to circumstance in the...

Stoner: Possibly the greatest novel you’ve never heard of

Dan Einav examines the curious case of John Williams’ rediscovered classic, Stoner

Doli temeris: Remembering Seamus Heaney

In the first in a three-part series, Tamar Ziff takes a look at the work of Heaney

Backlash, not revisited but still experienced

Tali Kord discusses Susan Faludi's 1991 work on feminism, Backlash

A supposedly fun man I’ll never meet

Had he not taken his own life four and half years ago, David Foster Wallace would have celebrated his 51st birthday at the end...

Words smuggled from China to St Andrews: Liu Xiaobo at StAnza

It is a sad state of affairs when a government chooses to imprison one of its own thinkers for attempting to challenge the regime...