Research on under-catalogued documents in Oxford sheds new light on one of history’s most influential books.
British readers are missing out on a wealth of literature written by non-English women writers.
Much of the recent commentary on Sino-African relations has a negative tone. But genuine cultural exchange holds the promise of mutual enrichment.
One publisher spent over 40 years trying to profit off Hitler’s hateful tome.
Is translating into native languages helping the disenfranchised?
Not every crime novel needs a Jason Bourne. Mishani eschews the obvious world of Mossad agents and terrorist plots you might expect in an Israeli crime novel – and the results are thrilling.