John Berger: ‘Writing is an off-shoot of something deeper’ | Books | The...
Language can’t be reduced to a stock of words, argues John Berger. Most political discourse is inert and ruthlessly complacent
Why is the UK government so afraid to speak of Armenian genocide? | Gile...
Giles Fraser: Loose canon: Britain’s strategic relationship with Turkey has been more important than telling the truth. If Armenians are to
World's Most Beautiful Libraries - For Reading Addicts
A selection of the world's most beautiful libraries old and new.
The exhibition and sale of Frida Kahlo’s love letters is a grubby violat...
Kahlo was a great artist who produced a huge body of work for public consumption. She never intended these papers to be read, and it’s simpl
A Bibliophile's Defense of Physical Books | The New Republic
Why we need physical books.
How modern art became trapped by its urge to shock - BBC News
There are two kinds of untruth - lying and faking, writes Roger Scruton.
A Point of View: The tyranny of the selfie - BBC News
The selfie stick is the lightning rod of narcissism, says Howard Jacobson. Should people be concerned?
A Point of View: How do we know real art when we see it? - BBC News
In the last of three pieces on art, writer and philosopher Roger Scruton tries to define the elements which make a great work of art.
The photographers who refuse to abandon traditional film cameras - BBC News
Film photography was supposed to have been killed off by the digital era - but a committed band of enthusiasts refuse to abandon the traditi
26 реальных мест, которые выглядят так, будто они из сказки
Отвезите меня туда.