Rosalie van Onzenoort
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One Two Three Swing! in the Tate Modern

Imagine this: you walk into a bare, airy, grey hall. In the background, you can vaguely hear what seems like underwater sounds. You see an informational sign. It tells you that what you are experiencing is artwork. The sounds are…

Ali Smith’s Brexit novel is an instant classic

I do not remember who it was that read just a handful of stories as a child, but read them all 40 to 50 times. Being dwelled upon is an honour that a lot of authors deserve, but do not…

Review – The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy

Arundhati Roy’s second novel, unlike her massively successful debut The God of Small things, has not made it to the Man Booker Prize shortlist. This is unsurprising. The book is good, yes, and fans will find many of the elements…