“Reinventing the Royals” focuses on the hiring of a public-relations professional to restore the reputation of Prince Charles after the 1997 death of Diana, Princess of Wales, then his wife.
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Clive James, 75, who has leukemia, continues to publish poetry and work on other projects in a career that has defied definition.
The historian Margaret MacMillan finds uneasy parallels between our time and 1914.
A move by the British education minister Michael Gove to ensure that students read more British literature comes at the expense of American works.
The police said that two prints signed by Damien Hirst had been stolen from a London art gallery.
Next year, the Man Booker Prize will be open to any work originally written in English and published in Britain, bringing concerns that American novels will dominate.