sat 13/04/2024

Daniel Lewis

Articles By Daniel Lewis

Colson Whitehead: Harlem Shuffle review - period piece speaks to the present

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Claire-Louise Bennett: Checkout 19 review - coming to life

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Danielle Evans: The Office of Historical Corrections review - what happens when history comes knocking

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Natasha Brown: Assembly review - turning personal crisis into perfect criticism

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Brenda Navarro: Empty Houses review - the pains and pressures of motherhood

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Joseph Andras: Tomorrow They Won't Dare to Murder Us review - injustice and tenderness in the Algerian War

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Tabitha Lasley: Sea State review - a one-woman odyssey through UK oil

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Raven Leilani: Luster - portrait of the artist as a black millennial woman

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Ben Wilson: Metropolis - A History of Humankind's Greatest Invention review - urban resilience throughout the ages

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Gigantic Cinema: A Weather Anthology review - wild writing to stimulate the senses

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Ian Williams: Reproduction review - a dazzling kaleidoscope of life's tragicomedy

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Matthew Sperling: Viral review - whip-smart satire about the void at the heart of tech

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Zalika Reid-Benta: Frying Plantain review - tales of growing up young, black and female in Toronto

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Sharon Dolin: Hitchcock Blonde: A Cinematic Memoir review - a poet’s life filtered through Hitchcock’s lens

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Bette Howland: Blue in Chicago review – the city on trial, with the writer as witness

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Souvankham Thammavongsa: How to Pronounce Knife review - neat finishes with loose ends

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