April 2016, no. 380

April 2016, no. 380

Welcome to our April issue – with a gory Stalin on the cover. Mark Edele reviews the new book on Stalin by distinguished Soviet historian (and ABR regular) Sheila Fitzpatrick. Elsewhere, Kevin Rabalais writes about Brazil, Miriam Cosic revisits The Female Eunuch, and George Megalogenis is our guest on Open Page. Arts Update features prominently, with reviews of The Daughter, The Lady in the Van, and Picnic at Hanging Rock and Michael Shmith interviews Leo Schofield for Stage Door.

Waiting by Philip Salom

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John le Carré: The Biography by Adam Sisman

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The Poems of T.S. Eliot, Volume one: collected and uncollected poems edited by Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue & The Poems of T.S. Eliot, Volume two: practical cats and further verses edited by Christopher Ricks and Jim McCue

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Our Magic Hour by Jennifer Down

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Where the Trees Were by Inga Simpson

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How Propaganda Works by Jason Stanley

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The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History edited by Joseph C. Miller

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On Life-Writing edited by Zachary Leader

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The Long Run by Catriona Menzies-Pike

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Sing Fox to Me by Sarah Kanake

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An Isolated Incident by Emily Maguire

The Canonbury Tales by Don Aitkin

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That Devil’s Madness by Dominique Wilson

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