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Derek Turner, editor of The Quarterly Review, is the author of the novel Sea Changes (Radix).
Derek Turner reviews 10,000 Not Out: The History of The Spectator 1828-2020, by David Butterfield.
Interpreting fossils that aren’t there comes with its own peculiar challenges, but the gaps that haunt the record also tell a story.
Reviews of Steve Tibble's medieval military history, Crusader Strategy and an agricultural, ecological treatise by Chris Smaje, A Small Farm Future.
Reviews of Cynical Theories by Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay and 10,000 Not Out: The History of The Spectator by David Butterfield.
Are human beings essentially killer apes, or egalitarian pacifists? In Humankind, Rutger Bregman argues we are not as bad as we believe we are, and by believing we are bad, we may be making ourselves so.
The Shortest Way With Defoe—Robinson Crusoe, Deism, and the Novel, by Michael B. Prince (University of Virginia Press; 350 pp., $69.50). Simon the Fiddler, by Paulette Jiles (William Morrow; 352 pp., $27.99).
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