Erudite, witty and provocative, the London Review of Books
offers a fortnightly dose of the best and the liveliest in all things cultural. In this 25th Anniversary Anthology
the best of the best are collected together in one volume
Dedicated to carrying on the tradition of the English essay, the LRB gives leading writers, critics and thinkers the space and freedom to develop their ideas at length and in depth. With an introduction by Frank Kermode, this Anthology celebrates 25 years of the London Review of Books
. Covering wide-ranging topics from Maggots to Viagra, from Homer to Hanif Kureishi, and including the hugely popular Alan Bennett's diary, this collection brings together the best material from the last 25 years. Contributors include Andrew O'Hagan, Mary Beard, Edward Said, Adam Phillips, John Lanchester and Jenny Diski.
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