Houman Barekat

Houman Barekat is a writer and critic based in London, and founding editor of Review 31. He reviews for The Guardian, Financial Times, The Irish Times, the Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, The New Statesman, Literary Review, and The London Magazine. He is co-editor (with Robert Barry and David Winters) of The Digital Critic: Literary Culture Online (O/R Books, 2017). 


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Joseph Roth, “The Hotel Years”

Joseph Roth’s work is so intimately preoccupied with modernity that no account of the cultural history of the era would be complete without it....


Everything Is Fluid

TWENTY-SEVEN PAGES INTO The Eye (1965), Vladimir’s Nabokov’s narrator, hitherto a picture of sardonic indifference, suddenly goes all political ...


The Read-Write Generation

A 2008 REPORT BY the Washington-based Council on Library and Information Resources predicted that "the library of the 21st century will ...

The Read-Write Generation
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