Editors' picks

    • Five hundred new fairytales discovered in Germany

      Collection of fairytales gathered by historian Franz Xaver von Schönwerth had been locked away in an archive in Regensburg for over 150 years
      • The Turnip Princess: one of the rediscovered fairytales
    • Poem of the week: Sonnet XXXI by Sir Philip Sidney

      Carol Rumens: The grammatical unexpectedness of the very first line arrests our attention in this stellar poem about the moon and sighing lovers
    • New prize for radical writing announced

      News: Bread and Roses award inaugural shortlist encompasses history of debt and demonisation of the working classes
    • I may be laughably old fashioned and repressed, but I just don't agree with Anderson's implicit idea that all urges need to be satisfied
      commenting on The Monogamy Gap, by Eric Anderson – review
    • Dr Seuss's book of nudes

      Alison Flood: The good doctor's reworking of Lady Godiva shows a genius cartoonist stretching himself – and realising his limits
    • Factual fiction

      Ewan Morrison: Imaginative writing now inhabits a multi-screeen world. Novels that don't acknowledge this struggle to reflect our new era
    • Etgar Keret: 'I feel more Jewish than Israeli'

      The acclaimed Israeli writer tells William Skidelsky why his latest collection of short stories took him 10 years to write
    • How Henry VII branded the Tudors

      What went down in history as 'the wars of the roses' was nothing of the kind, says Thomas Penn
    • José Saramago novel finally published after 59 years

      News: Late Nobel laureate submitted manuscript to Portuguese publisher in 1953, before he achieved international acclaim
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