How many times must famous writers not only fail to confront the violence inflicted by the west, but actually celebrate it?
In April, at an event called Resist and Reimagine, PEN America invited Hillary Clinton to deliver the Arthur Miller Freedom to Write lecture. The former secretary of state, chosen by America’s preeminent literary organisation for her “human rights accomplishments”, engaged in a Q&A afterwards with Nigerian American novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
The Telegraph's resident chocolate expert Andrew Baker selects the finest hot chocolates available to induce that cosy feeling.
The high street has adopted the furry coat this winter, but the roots of the plush, textured garment go back to the 1920s
Coat inspiration can come in many forms. Meryl Streep in Kramer vs Kramer, striding forth in a trenchcoat. Katharine Hepburn curled up in a man’s blazer. Ezra Miller in a puffer coat gown on the red carpet. Or, this winter, a child’s collection of stuffed toys. The teddy bear coat, otherwise known as the Borg, is big, cuddly, cosy and, like actual teddies, heart-meltingly...