Similar in both its outlook and content to the New York Review of Books here in the US, the London Review of Books is a place that serves as the nerve center for a great deal of discussion about literature and authors. This online edition of the London Review of Books will be a great place to browse for those who love to read, and particularly for those persons looking for trenchant reviews of recently released books. Some of the fine pieces available here include the comments of Stefan Collini on the business of higher education and Michael Wood's reflections on the late Edward Said. Along with these types of pieces, visitors can also search through the online archive of the London Review of Books, although not all of the content is freely available.
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