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Nominated for the Booker Prize shortlist before its publication, the release of novelist’s sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale has been highly anticipated
Nigerian writer Chigozie Obioma makes the cut for the second time for his second novel, An Orchestra of Minorities
A new literary fraternity is not only about promoting education but also about fostering young people who have big entrepreneurial ideas and dreams
Peter Pomerantsev’s new book warns of the ‘war against reality’, how shadowy forces are using new technologies to snuff out free speech
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The story of the battle over America’s first dictionaries brings to life all its combatants.
The former deputy finance minister writes that SA’s ‘state-building project had fallen headlong into the hands of business interests’
A crop of collections shows how #MeToo has reawakened the idea that the personal is political.
The Nobel prize-winning writer was a powerful voice on race and black identity in the US
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Barry Gilder’s The List is a fictional narrative of a rogue unit working against intelligence operatives
Two biographers trace the career of folk rock’s most famous supergroup, charting its successes but also revealing how egos ruined a band known for its sweet ...
Real-life stories that will be released soon include those of druglord Pablo Escobar’s wife, Formula One ace Fernando Alonso and singer Elton John
Douglas Rogers tells the story of the 2017 coup-that-wasn’t in an enthralling read, but there are flaws