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In the latest issue
NLR 124 opens with Simon Hammond's major retrospective on the life and work of Peter Wollen: pioneering critic, theorist and avant-garde film-maker - and longstanding comrade of the Review.
Also in NLR 124
Göran Therborn surveys the trajectories of the world’s vast intermediate classes – rising in the South, stagnating or sinking in the North – under the impact of the ‘Great Unequalizer’, Covid-19. Lola Seaton on eco-nationalism as green strategy; Gavin Rae on Poland’s mirror to the West; Alice Bamford’s bravura treatment of Bourbaki’s mathematical manifestos; Franco Moretti reassesses the research methodologies of close and distant reading.
Plus book reviews: Alpa Shah on the rise of Modi; Nick Burns on a leading light of the American New Right; Oliver Eagleton on the generational divide.[book-strip index="1" style="display"]