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Summer Books 2019

TLS contributors – including David Baddiel, Mary Beard, Paul Muldoon and Elizabeth Lowry – give their seasonal reading recommendations; TLS editors wreak havoc and suggest their own. (Visitthe-tls.co.ukto read the summer books feature in full.) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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Summer Books 2019

Russian greats and fictional eats

A "new" ending to a Nabokov novel and the unregarded first volume of Vasily Grossman's epic, the "SovietWar and Peace"; Rebecca Reich guides us through these and the question of whether the West is paranoid about Russia or vice versa; Laura Freeman joins us to talk about dinner with the Durrells and pond life sandwiches. Books Stalingrad: A novel by Vasily Grossman Vasily Grossman and the Soviet Century by Alexandra Popoff Plots against Russia by Eliot Borenstein The Russia Anxiety by Mark B. Smith Dining with the Durrells by David Shimwell For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

42 MIN1 weeks ago
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Russian greats and fictional eats

Ethical economics

If capitalism is broken, can it be fixed? And can it save the environment? Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses;as we mark seventy-five years since theD-Daylandings, William Boyd considers a brilliant new "worm's-eye view" of historical events; a decade after leaving academia for the "wilderness of writing", Stephen Marche returns to report on the troubled field of the humanities The Future of Capitalism: Facing the new anxieties by Paul Collier Capitalism: The future of an illusion by Fred L. Block Money and Government: A challenge to mainstream economics by Robert Skidelsky Normandy ’44: D-Day and the battle for France by James Holland For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

49 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ethical economics

Latest Episodes

Summer Books 2019

TLS contributors – including David Baddiel, Mary Beard, Paul Muldoon and Elizabeth Lowry – give their seasonal reading recommendations; TLS editors wreak havoc and suggest their own. (Visitthe-tls.co.ukto read the summer books feature in full.) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

51 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Summer Books 2019

Russian greats and fictional eats

A "new" ending to a Nabokov novel and the unregarded first volume of Vasily Grossman's epic, the "SovietWar and Peace"; Rebecca Reich guides us through these and the question of whether the West is paranoid about Russia or vice versa; Laura Freeman joins us to talk about dinner with the Durrells and pond life sandwiches. Books Stalingrad: A novel by Vasily Grossman Vasily Grossman and the Soviet Century by Alexandra Popoff Plots against Russia by Eliot Borenstein The Russia Anxiety by Mark B. Smith Dining with the Durrells by David Shimwell For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

42 MIN1 weeks ago
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Russian greats and fictional eats

Ethical economics

If capitalism is broken, can it be fixed? And can it save the environment? Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses;as we mark seventy-five years since theD-Daylandings, William Boyd considers a brilliant new "worm's-eye view" of historical events; a decade after leaving academia for the "wilderness of writing", Stephen Marche returns to report on the troubled field of the humanities The Future of Capitalism: Facing the new anxieties by Paul Collier Capitalism: The future of an illusion by Fred L. Block Money and Government: A challenge to mainstream economics by Robert Skidelsky Normandy ’44: D-Day and the battle for France by James Holland For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

49 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ethical economics

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