THE FOREIGN DESK Politics on the page

In the second episode of our series looking at politics and the arts, we turn to literature. What makes for a political novel? Who decides? And what is the future of political fiction? With writers Gabriel Gbadamosi, Vesna Goldsworthy and Jonathan Freedland. Listen.

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2 thoughts on “THE FOREIGN DESK Politics on the page

  1. Grace Gbadamosi

    Really enjoyed this Gabe. Your perspectives are always thought expanding. Beautifully trailed journey of perspectives new. I think I liked Jonathan but he is a steps kind of man – limited almost, sticking to the narrowness of his endeavour. I love your confident expression that almost effortlessly carries us all to expansive insight, deeper appreciation and reach of a truth I value. The point I suppose.

    And I’m sober.

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