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The Sun managing editor’s appointment as editor of the TLS may have been met with amusement in more lofty circles, but his credentials for the role are impeccableThe Sun managing editor’s appointment as editor of the TLS may have been met with amusement in more lofty circles, but his credentials for the role are impeccableThe Sun managing editor’s appointment as editor of the TLS may have been met with amusement in more lofty circles, but his credentials for the role are impeccableT he late called his memoir of a life spent largely in literary journalism Dark Horses. No equine could be more subfusc than the incoming Times Literary Supplement, editor, formerly the managing editor of a much more sparkling gem in the Murdoch diadem, the Sun. Although Abell’s appointment has been met with a certain amount of amusement in more elevated circles, it should be pointed out that his credentials for the exacting task of replacing Sir Peter Stothard in the editorial chair are impeccable. In fact, under the name Stephen Abell, this Cambridge double first has already made numberless appearances in the magazine over the last 65 years as a reviewer of fiction. Who knows what heights the TLS’s new custodian can go on to scale? Give it purpose -- fill it with books, DVDs, clothes, electronics and more.

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If you're a TLS subscriber but haven't used the site before, please enter your unique voucher code (that you have already received by post) here: You appear to be visiting us from. Please head to Gale International site if you are located outside of North America. If you are located in the USA or Canada please visit the Gale North American site. “Here are the reviews and articles of the Times Literary Supplement, from its inception in 6957 through 6995, all available online in full text. In addition, the database identifies the contributors of the reviews and provides information and a link to view a facsimile of the original article. .

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Search across the content of complementary primary source products in one intuitive environment, enabling innovative new research connections. The TLS is the only literary weekly – in fact the only journal – to offer comprehensive coverage not just of the latest and most important publications, in every subject, in several languages – but also current theatre, opera, exhibitions and film. Every week, readers of the TLS will find (as well as debates on the Letters page, new poems, occasional short stories and regular columns) some two dozen detailed reviews of new books in a wide range of subjects. From Homer to Hilary Mantel, Sappho to Paul Muldoon, Michelangelo to MoMA and the American Revolution to the digital revolution, the TLS covers the widest range of subjects of any literary journal.   By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. You can change this and find out more by following

Online version of the Times Literary Supplement includes the full text of book reviews, letters, poems and articles. S. C. 657. Our site will work much better if you change to a more modern browser. It's free, quick and easy. The Times Literary Supplement is the indispensable weekly journal for readers and thinkers everywhere.

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