How has the optics of cinema made a palimpsest of our literary heroes? Or has it, alternatively, given them a fresh lease of life?
J.P Clark's work moved beyond agitating for justice in Nigeria's Niger Delta. He was in love with nature.
Hemingway’s response to death and disease was very different from the parody that circulated earlier this year.
Beard’s manifesto deals with women, public speech, power and the tools used by the patriarchy to silence women.
Rereading the book now means finding new ways of identifying with the characters, especially in the seventh book, where Harry finds himself struggling with isolation.
In Sherlock, domination is something to be revered, rather than challenged.
Sometimes brash, always brilliant, but never boring, Christopher Hitchens was an enigma our present has no parallel for.