Monthly Archives: August 2010

Fathers and Forefathers, by Slobodan Selenić

Published in the last years of the Yugoslav Republic, after Tito’s death and before the horrors of war and the traumas of fragmentation, this powerful novel deftly engages three decades of tumultuous history, through the story of a single family. … Continue reading

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Bollock Face: A Remembrance

If he’d been so inclined, Ben Collins could certainly have written you rather a piquant dispatch from that peculiar entity, at once dreary and frivolous, gracelessly dubbed by the media classes (with their customarily vacant pithiness), “Credit Crunch Britain”. He … Continue reading

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