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Photograph of Stefan Zweig and Joseph Roth in Ostend, summer 1936, likely taken by Zweig’s secretary, Lotte Altmann. Wikimedia Commons

Stefan Zweig’s European utopia

Zweig’s optimistic vision of a Europe without borders has stood the test of time, and still has much to teach us today.
The shortlisted books for 2024’s Women’s Prize for Fiction. Women's Prize for Fiction

Women’s prize for fiction 2024: six expert reviews of the shortlisted books

From stories of Irish mothers to Shakespearean actors in the West Bank, this year’s shortlist is as varied as ever.
Shardlake, Bridgerton season 3 and the new Raymond Briggs exhibition should all be on your radar this week. Disney/Liam Daniel/Neftlix/ Andrew Hasson /Alamy

Bridgerton is back and still frothy, but developing a more grown-up attitude – what you should see and read this week

Much to enjoy as Bridgerton returns, a Tudor murder mystery intrigues, the International Booker prize is imminent, the National Gallery is 200 and the genius of Raymond Briggs is on display.

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