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"The London Review of Books is the liveliest, the most serious and also the most radical literary magazine we have." Alan Bennett
Each fortnight, Europe's most read literary magazine publishes a collection of essays by leading writers on literature, politics, history, philosophy and the arts. Subscribers to the print edition also get free online access to the complete content of each issue and the fully searchable LROB archive, dating back to the beginning of 2001.
The London Review of Books is dedicated to carrying on the tradition of the English essay. In this respect, it is not very different from one of the great 19th-century periodicals. It gives its contributors the space and freedom to develop their ideas at length and in depth. The world's leading writers, critics and thinkers contribute to the publication. It has featured potent writing from the likes of Edward Said and current contributors include Alan Bennett, Perry Anderson, Terry Castle, Jenny Diski, Terry Eagleton, Frank Kermode, John Lanchester, Hilary Mantel, Andrew O'Hagan, Tom Paulin, Adam Phillips, Jacqueline Rose, Stephen Sedley, James Wood, Michael Wood and Slavoj Zizek.
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