The Times Literary Supplement
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Does wine taste the same to an expert and an amateur? Cain Todd considers the distinctions between flavour and sensory experience
Nationhood, identity, anxiety: Sudhir Hazareesingh ponders constructions and deconstructions of Frenchness
Roderick Conway Morris visits two museums dedicated to 'the most humane and witty of all Surrealist artists'
Lise Jaillant asks: what difference does it make for a researcher to work with emails rather than letters?
If you could make a change to anything you’ve written over the years, what would it be? Graham Greene was right, you just shouldn’t publish your first three novels
Toby Lichtig reports from the Hay Festival Arequipa
John Stokes on the nightmarish experience of ‘being alone in public’
Bidisha reflects on the challenge of bringing poetry to international audiences
Islam Issa considers how authoritarian governments and their rebels have engaged with Paradise Lost
What author do you think is most underrated? Name most women writers. Name most writers of colour or queer writers or writers from marginalized communities