Indonesia Etc.: Exploring the Improbable Nation review Indonesia Etc.: Exploring the Improbable Nation  review

How do you make 260 million people on 6,000 islands feel like they are all part of the same nation? Elizabeth Pisani takes a meticulous and colourful look at post-independence Indonesia

dnes, 11:00
Vladimír Barborík: Hľadanie rozprávača (Prózy Vincenta Šikulu) Vladimír Barborík: Hľadanie rozprávača (Prózy Vincenta Šikulu)

Monografia Hľadanie rozprávača je venovaná prózam Vincenta Šikulu, významného predstaviteľa modernej slovenskej literatúry 2. polovice 20, storočia.

dnes, 4:13
Man Booker prize 2014: a judge speaks up for the longlist Man Booker prize 2014: a judge speaks up for the longlist

Our choices this year are marked by great ambition and they will continue to draw readers for much longer than the next 12 months, writes Erica Wagner

dnes, 13:24
The Fifty Shades of Grey film trailer is out, but what's all the fuss about? The Fifty Shades of Grey film trailer is out, but what's all the fuss about?

As EL James's notorious novel is adapted for the big screen, Alice Audley reflects on the must-read of 2012.

dnes, 15:49
Hard Times: The Divisive Toll of Hard Times: The Divisive Toll of

This rigorous examination of data on the crash and the recovery suggests that the Conservatives' optimism does not bear much relation to the grim economic realities that most people face

dnes, 7:30
Rereading Stephen King, chapter 30: Gerald's Game Rereading Stephen King, chapter 30:  Gerald's Game

Reading as an adult, this novel's appeal is in the psychological claustrophobia, not the rather perfunctory horror

dnes, 11:01
Wounded Tiger: A history of Cricket in Pakistan by Peter Oborne, book review Wounded Tiger: A history of Cricket in Pakistan by Peter Oborne, book review

The Palestinian literary theorist Edward Said noted that western writers are able to come to terms with the east only through stereotypes. Thus was it the fate of Pakistani cricket to be defined by negative images, and its cricketers to emerge as caricatures.

dnes, 14:10
Sound System Culture by Paul Huxtable, book review: Huddersfield's loud and proud reggae history is revealed Sound System Culture by Paul Huxtable, book review: Huddersfield's loud and proud reggae history is revealed

It's strange to think of Huddersfield – so evocative of Yorkshire that you could call it onomatopoeic – as an outpost of Caribbean culture. Yet this industrial town in West Riding was a destination for post-war West Indian migrants in the same way as the biggest British conurbations.

dnes, 14:30
Dean Koontz: By the Book

The author, most recently, of “The City” is a fan of Marilynne Robinson and Cormac McCarthy: “Both offer voluptuous yet highly controlled language and profound moral purpose.”

dnes, 15:00
Man Booker prize 2014: why the longlist has bewildered the bookies Man Booker prize 2014: why the longlist has bewildered the bookies

With its lack of big names and its potential contenders that have yet to be published, this year's lineup has elicited wildly divergent predictions

dnes, 15:34