THE THOUGHT FOX | Books and Culture from Faber & Faber

PTAMP, or New Channels for Old Animosities+

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Or how a meeting in Belfast with a young Israeli novelist and mod inspired Glenn Patterson to reflect on just...

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The Ocean Between Us and It+

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A. S. Byatt was coming out of the Folio Prize ceremony and I was going in. Was I imagining it...

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Into the Trees+

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Robert Williams is back this month with his third novel, Into the Trees, which again sees him exploring the themes...

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Turkey’s Problem: Why the Corruption Tapes Don’t Matter+

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‘No one expected the protests, but they have shown the world, and Turks themselves, that the country is far more...

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My Forsterian Novel+

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Ronald Blythe’s first and only novel A Treasonable Growth owed, as the author admits, a great debt to E. M....

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Jean Hanff Korelitz on You Should Have Known+

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You knew right at the beginning. She knew he was never going to stop looking at other women. She knew...

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Making It Look Easy+

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‘Lydia Davis,’ Ricky Moody says, ‘does the hardest thing: she makes it look easy.’ You could say the same about...

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The Man Who Would Be Bond?+

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The real Ian Fleming died on 12 August 1964, a month before the premiere of the third James Bond film...

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Faber’s Dramatic Moment+

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Although Faber published occasional verse drama from 1935 (when Murder in the Cathedral appeared), a dedicated drama list only began...

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