sat 23/01/2021

India Lewis

Articles By India Lewis

Olivia Sudjic: Asylum Road review - trauma, barely suppressed

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theartsdesk Q&A: poet laureate Simon Armitage on landscapes, libraries, home and edgelands

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Don DeLillo: The Silence review - when the lights of technology go out

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Zaina Arafat: You Exist Too Much review - second-generation love addiction

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Andrey Kurkov: Grey Bees review - light Ukrainian odyssey, with bite

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Blu-ray: Lynn + Lucy

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Jenny Hval: Girls Against God review - a sticky dance through space and time

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Dolly Alderton: Ghosts review - a love story beyond romance

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James Rebanks: English Pastoral, An Inheritance review - a manifesto for a radical agricultural rethink

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DVD: Fanny Lye Deliver'd

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Helen Macdonald: Vesper Flights review - nature lovingly described, nearly lost

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Alex Halberstadt: Young Heroes of the Soviet Union review - a familial history of the twentieth century

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Ali Smith: Summer review - a hopeful present, beautifully described

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Nick Cave, Alone at Alexandra Palace review - mournful beauty from the king of misery

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DVD/Blu-ray: Moffie

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A. Kendra Greene: The Museum of Whales You Will Never See review - a thoughtful museum piece

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