Articles of Note

No more portraits," John Berger demanded in 1967 — the genre stood for social status and celebrity. Now the critic has pulled an about-face... more »

New Books

The decades-long correspondence between Bernard Berenson and Kenneth Clark is marked by a tone of mutual affection. The knives came out in private... more »

Essays & Opinions

Clive James vowed not to reread Conrad. But he must, because no other writer so perceptively presaged our world of radicalism, terrorism, and idealism... more »