Tarzan is one of the most popular fictional creations in modern times. Does the Ape Man define something essential in the human experience – or do we keep redefining Tarzan to suit our ever-changing needs?
The Egyptian Revolution and its cataclysmic aftermath forms the subject of a riveting new book by a journalist and keen-eyed witness.
Despite how they’re often played, Shostakovich’s piano concertos weren’t intended for virtuoso performers. Boris Giltburg tries an originalist approach.