These books had our academics gripped until their final pages.
Zadie Smith evokes the complexities of race, class and colonisation in her novel about a scandal that titillated Victorian England.
This well-researched book brings to life the odd case of Sir Roger Tichborne and those around him.
How Chaucer’s medieval Wife of Bath continues to make her voice heard
Zadie Smith’s first play delivers on what women want.
Interest in Black British writing has grown and shrunk since the late 1940s. Is the current wave going to crash like those before it?