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Book review: Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace

This month there is a bonus episode of the Ark Audio Book Club podcast on David Foster Wallace’s epic of tennis, drug addiction and TV. In preparation for that, the panel has written four short reviews of this very long book, ranging from the very favourable to the sycophantically fawning.   Franek (Press play before you… Keep Reading


Review: Open City by Teju Cole

A novel for the bad cosmopolitans of the world There are many novels about New York, and there are many novels about people trying to make a life in New York. There are also many novels about the migrant in New York, novels that all seem to follow postcolonial patterns of displacement and discontent. Open… Keep Reading

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Review: Kill All Normies by Angela Nagle

Angela Nagle’s Kill All Normies: Online Culture Wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt-right (2017) is at once insightful and ambitious, but also somewhat hubristic and perhaps too narrow in focus. In the book, Nagle explores the relationships between particular internet subcultures and the rise of right-wing nationalist politics, particularly in the… Keep Reading

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