D.H. Lawrence is a writer who provokes adoration or loathing, depending on one’s taste, politics and patience. How reliable is he as a guide to life?
An expert in the representation of the Holocaust on film explains the responsibility of the reader to educate themselves beyond the depth of a single work of fiction.
In her essay on the work of Tim Winton, Geraldine Brooks is looking for a punch-up with academics and critics.
Miles Franklin Award winning novelist Amanda Lohrey explores the political and the personal in a way that makes her unique among contemporary Australian writers.
How do editors decide what books get reviewed? Spoiler alert: it’s not meritocratic.
Last year saw the first cohort of English literature students who were born in or beyond 2000 – the so-called digital generation. I wanted to know whether the classics still affected their lives.
Graphic novels have a long history and are becoming an ever-more popular way of bringing profound and complex stories to life.