Elle UK reports on a discussion of identity and art between Trevor Noah, whose memoir Born A Crime, has just come out, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of Americanah among other books.
Lisa McInerney argues that working-class people are perfectly capable of being articulate.
Guardian Books explores the boom in comic book biographies.
The paper also argues that The 7th Function of Language, “about the blurred line between fiction and reality, is all the more poignant in the era of Trump, Le Pen and fake news”.
And among the books it reviews today is Haruki Murikami’s latest, Men Without Women, and Giro d’Italia by Colin O’Brien, which looks how Italians think through the prism of cycle racing.
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