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  • The Women’s Day that shook the world


    In this extract from his book A People’s History of the Russian Revolution, Neil Faulkner explains the significance of February 23, 1917 in the overthrow of the tsarist regime

    Monday 6th Mar 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • The class war’s ultimate weapon


    Governing From The Skies: A Global History of Aerial Bombing

    by Thomas Hippler (Verso, £14.99)

    IN THIS global history of aerial bombing, philosopher and historian Thomas Hippler traces the development of air power in warfare from the...

    Monday 20th Feb 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Fresh and inclusive ways of regarding every city


    Sex, Time and Place: Queer Histories of London c. 1850 to the Present

    Edited by Simon Avery and Katherine M Graham (Bloomsbury, £85)

    THIS academic book is not an “Oscar Wilde cruised ’ere” account of...

    Monday 20th Feb 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Grunwick: a strike that challenged racism, sexism and the state


    Grunwick: The Workers’ Story
    by Jack Dromey
    and Graham Taylor
    (Lawrence & Wishart, £12)

    THIS book, published to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Grunwick strike, is the second...

    Saturday 24th Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Nuanced tale of weeks where decades happen


    Times Change
    by John Ellison
    (Matador, £8.99)

    TIMES Change really shouldn’t be such a satisfying read. John Ellison’s debut novel contains so many of those elements that singularly, leave alone collectively,...

    Thursday 1st Dec 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Devilishly engaging tour through literary London


    My Favourite London Devils
    by Iain Sinclair
    (Tangerine Press, £10)

    IN MY favourite London Devils, Iain Sinclair takes the reader on a tour through a London that barely exists in a collection of reviews, interviews and...

    Wednesday 30th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Telling truths in this ‘war on terror’ fiction


    The Jasmine Sari
    by Philip Tucker
    (Troubadour, £8.99)

    THE CONTINUING belief that some lives matter less under capitalism dominates this fine novel.

    Indeed the Jasmine Sari proves that outstanding fiction can...

    Wednesday 23rd Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • ‘It’s got to be Jeremy’


    In this extract from his new book The Candidate: Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path to Power, ALEX NUNNS reveals how in the early stages of the 2015 Labour leadership contest the left stumbled upon the unlikely figure of Corbyn to be its standard bearer

    Monday 21st Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Dark and artful tale of Cornish comicality


    Dan Daddow’s Cornish Comicalities
    by Alan M Kent
    (Ryelands £12.99)

    THIS tale of gothic horror, the black arts and Celtic magic and mystery — set against a backdrop of 19th-century Cornish poverty, squalor...

    Thursday 17th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts

  • Fighting back


    A new book doesn’t just expose the punitive measures taken against the jobless, say VERA SALEFSKY. It shows that through solidarity and collective action they can be overcome

    Monday 14th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Arts


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