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"‘A sexual revolution was happening – but it seemed to be taking place somewhere else"

Paddy Summerfield's best photograph: a girl reading a Christian book in the swinging 60s

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"From Stephen King’s avid fan in Misery to Nabokov’s disturbing tale of preteen Lolita, fixation is a powerful pull for authors, especially when it overlaps with desire"

Top 10 stories of obsession

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"A mischievous, generous man every bit as clever as his creations"

Colin Dexter: a mischievous, generous man every bit as clever as his creations

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"I’ve just wandered unexpectedly into television and we’ve struck a nerve"

'In your face, David Attenborough!': Grayson Perry takes home RTS awards

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"It may be the most unlikely and least welcome superhero movie of the year, but this reboot actually benefits from lowered expectations"

Power Rangers review – colour-coded superpowers revealed in goofy origins story

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"I feel like we’re in for a lot of hate once more people hear us"

'People will hate us': why the Rhythm Method are braced for derision

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"Master of the literary high wire"

Colin Dexter obituary

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"Winehouse’s heart belonged to jazz and 60s girl groups, but she was also inspired by hip-hop and Latin music"

Amy Winehouse – 10 of the best

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"Rather than seeing Pride and Prejudice’s Elizabeth Bennet as a feminist icon, the far right are holding up both books as examples of how Austen supposedly pioneered their style of conservatism"

Pride and racial prejudice – why the far right loves Jane Austen

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03/21/2017 at 14:32. Facebook
“Colin represented the absolute epitome of British crime writing, and in the 1990s John Thaw’s Inspector Morse was one of those television characters who the nation took to their hearts”

Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dead at 86

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03/21/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
On this week's Guardian Books podcast Pakistani author Mohsin Hamid talks about his latest novel, Exit West: the story of Saeed and Nadia

Being a radical optimist with Mohsin Hamid – books podcast

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03/21/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
"If Neighbours is going to outlive the shift in the media landscape, it’s going to have get a hell of a lot soapier"

Neighbours jumps the shark: can Toadie's goatee (and a bonkers plot twist) save the soap?

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03/21/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
"We were living in a dodgy flat in Leeds and getting flown about in Concorde"

How we made Soft Cell's Tainted Love

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