Readers are asked to send a note of any misprints or mistakes that they spot in this report to email@example.comThis report is taken from PN Review 249, Volume 46 Number 1, September - October 2019. A Baroque ImaginationKirsty GunnIâve always loved a remark Muriel Spark makes about novels, in a lecture she gave to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1970, describing them as part of a tradition âof socially conscious artâ that should not be doing our thinking for us.
by Alan Taylor June 6, 2019 | by Alan Taylor Catch-22, the greatest and funniest war novel ever written, has been made into a miniseries by George Clooney. Alan Taylor recalls an unforgettable encounter with its author, Joseph Heller, at his home on Long Island. This article first appeared in the Herald on Sunday.