We’re pleased to announce that Library Services now subscribes to the online edition of the London Review of Books.
Published twice a month, the London Review of Books describes itself as ‘Europe’s leading magazine of culture and ideas’. It features essays by academics, writers, and journalists on a variety of topics, as well as reviews, poetry, and letters.
Browse the archive by issue/category or search via keyword. Once you find the article you need you’ll see options to print, cite and email content at the top of each page.
A selection of articles to get you started:
- The Tower by Andrew O’Hagan – The longest piece of writing about the Grenfell fire so far. Accompanied by documentary film by Anthony Wilks.
- After the Fall by John Lanchester – Looking back at the 2008 financial crash
- Women in Power by Mary Beard – Listen to Mary Beard’s lecture delivered at the British Museum.
- Any of Alan Bennett’s diaries 1984 onwards
If you have any questions about the London Review of Books please contact firstname.lastname@example.org