The Critic Current Issue

The Critic Current Issue

November’s THE CRITIC – 112 pages of ideas (and diversions) in the first anniversary issue of the magazine for open-minded readers:  Ian James Kidd & Matthew Ratcliffe warn of Covid’s altered reality;  Michael Collins stops talking about race; Louise Perry explains why feminists and the Left have fallen out; Tibor Fischer muses on Hungary’s strange opposition bedfellows; Graham Stewart ponders the prospects for Shetland independence; Richard D North charts the rise and fall of the British fur trade; Charles Saumarez Smith reevaluates the British Museum; David Ekserdjian celebrates Michelangelo’s Taddei Tondo; Joseph Connolly treasures his friendship with Kingsley Amis; and Daniel Johnson remembers Peregrine Worsthorne. Also David Goodhart, Richard Cockett, Lisa Hilton, Hannah Betts, Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, Jonathan Meades, Anne McElvoy, David Starkey and the rest of the regular gang.  Plus our Artists-in-Residence Adam Dant reconfigures the USA along cockney rhyming lines and Miriam Elia remembers there once was an absurd idea called freedom. Hopefully something to enrage everyone (alongside much to contemplate and enjoy).

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