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Robert Hudson’s novel centring on a high-society tuna-fishing fad in 1930s England appears to have been written with a television adaptation in mind.
February 23, 2013
Fadi Azzam's fantastical stories are set in a real southern Syrian Druze village.
January 13, 2012
Don DeLillo presents a challenging and surprisingly accurate view of human behaviour.
December 16, 2011
Emma Donoghue skilfully exhumes the true-life cast of a scandal to conduct a gripping examination of manipulation and malice.
November 11, 2011
Ed Lake examines two books on leadership, one a scholarly frolic exploring the nature of subterfuge, the other a humourless sermon on the folly of persecution.
October 7, 2011
Sparks fly in Amy Waldman's bustling debut novel, when the victor in a competition to design the Ground Zero monument turns out to be a Muslim.
September 9, 2011
Alan Hollinghurst's new novel is a literary caper as well as a study of a particular sector in English society.
August 19, 2011
Slipping in and out of a coma, the central character in Elias Khoury's novel is more attached to the version of herself that appears in her semi-conscious state than to the person she really is.
July 15, 2011
The pioneering work of the Emirati contemporary artist Hassan Sharif, one of the UAE's most energetic and rigorous creative talents, is now the subject of a major coffee-table retrospective.
June 17, 2011
This short collection from the frequently garlanded Dutch novelist and travel writer Cees Nooteboom plays as a celebration of the heartlessness shared by life and art.
A five-disc singles collection released by the Manchester electronic duo Autechre has a surprising amount in common with a large coffee-table book about a leading British-Iraqi architect.
June 10, 2011
A rollicking, real-life adventure tale about three Americans whose plane crashed in a remote valley in New Guinea during the Second World War gets a bit too academic.
June 3, 2011
Clashes in the oil-rich city of Abyei, and the north's new conditions on southern Sudan's secession, have returned the war-torn country to the precipice of war.
May 27, 2011
China Miéville's novel Embassytown is about a human outpost set up on a remote planet to trade with the powerful and mysterious "Hosts".
Author G John Ikenberry asserts that if the US liberal is to be an enduring feature of world affairs, his conditions must be renegotiated.
May 20, 2011
Business Extra: Saudi oil attack ramifications locally and globally
Organisers announce plans for five-day Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Festival
Art show in Warehouse421 represents new wave of UAE artists
Twitter users work out location of ISIS supporters
Downton Abbey is available to rent on Airbnb