British Politics Review
The British Politics Review is a Norwegian publication whose goal is to raise the interest and knowledge of British politics in Norway (although more people in Britain should read it too!). I was delighted to contribute an article to the latest edition, the theme of which is the connections between politics and literature. The issue includes a touching piece by Kaja Schjerven Mollerin on George Orwell, Charles Ferrell on British writers’ response to the General Strike in 1926, Juan Christian Pellicer on the politics of Milton’s Paradise Lost, Howard J. Booth on Rudyard Kipling and Imperialism and Alexander Beaumont on politics in contemporary British fiction. My piece is called ‘Tony Blair, Robert Harris and the ghost of a literary feud’.
You can read the whole issue here.