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India Lewis

Articles By India Lewis

Andrew O'Hagan: Caledonian Road review - London's Dickensian return

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Sheila Heti: Alphabetical Diaries review - an A-Z of inner life

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John Francis Flynn, The Dome review - new trad and taped tin whistles

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Lankum, Roundhouse review - a warm evening of folk mastery

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This Is The Kit, Barbican review - familiarity and charm

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Charlie Porter: Bring No Clothes - Bloomsbury and the Philosophy of Fashion review - dress to impress

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Annie Ernaux: Shame review - the translation of pain

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Tirzah, The Colour Factory review - dry ice and bedroom beats

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Zadie Smith: The Fraud review - the trials we inherit

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Henry Hoke: Open Throat review - if a lion could speak

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Lorrie Moore: I am Homeless If This is Not My Home review - between this world and the next

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Caleb Azumah Nelson: Small Worlds review - Ghana and London dance together

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Lucinda Chua, ICA review - sublimity on a rainy evening in London

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Lydia Sandgren: Collected Works review - the mysteries that surround us all

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Margaret Atwood: Old Babes in the Wood review - bookending the short story

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Nicole Flattery: Nothing Special review - returning to the Factory

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