Rachel Cooke

Observer writer, New Statesman TV critic. Her Brilliant Career published by Virago in UK & Harper in US

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My 12 rules of food (warning: contains butter)
July, 13 2019
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The Journal I Did Not Keep by Lore Segal
July, 7 2019
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Film-maker Alison Klayman: ‘Bannon holds court and people come to him’
July, 6 2019
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Flash Count Diary by Darcey Steinke review – a book you want to argue with
July, 1 2019
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Sanam Maher: on the trail of murdered Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch
June, 30 2019
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Maggy Garrisson by Lewis Trondheim and Stéphane Oiry review – utterly convincing
June, 25 2019
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The Jonathan Cape/Observer/Comica graphic short story prize 2019 – enter now!
June, 25 2019
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Author Lisa Taddeo: ‘I wanted to explore desire, not sex’
June, 23 2019
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Vivian by Christina Hesselholdt review – flash portrait
June, 16 2019
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In the Tory leadership race, I know whose kitchen cabinet I want to be in
June, 15 2019
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Dressed: The Secret Life of Clothes by Shahidha Bari – review
June, 9 2019
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Dani Shapiro: ‘Science will bring an end to these family secrets’
June, 9 2019
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Clyde Fans by Seth review – heirs to a fading Canadian dream
May, 28 2019
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Naomi Wolf: ‘We’re in a fight for our lives and for democracy’
May, 19 2019
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I wanted to order my breakfast from a waiter not an iPad
May, 18 2019
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Reframing Lee Krasner, the artist formerly known as Mrs Pollock
May, 12 2019
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Sunday’s Child by Serena Katt review – war, propaganda and collective blindness
April, 30 2019
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Robert Caro: ‘The more facts you collect, the closer you come to the truth’
April, 21 2019
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Sexism in advertising: ‘They talk about diversity, but they don’t want to change’
April, 14 2019
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My search for supermarket rabbit was fruitless – I blame Beatrix Potter
April, 13 2019
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Blossoms in Autumn review by Zidrou and Aimée de Jongh – never too late to fall in love
April, 2 2019
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Yes, I'm filling the freezer. No, I'm not hoarding
March, 16 2019
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Book clinic: which first cookbooks should I buy my teenage daughter?
March, 16 2019
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The Gendered Brain by Gina Rippon review – demolition of a sexist myth
March, 5 2019
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Letter to Survivors by Gébé review – post-apocalyptic existentialism
March, 4 2019
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Unspeakable: The Things We Cannot Say by Harriet Shawcross – review
February, 24 2019
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Turnips for a month? Why Brexiters’ food nostalgia is folly
February, 23 2019
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He was a bully, but we’ll miss Karl Lagerfeld’s brilliance
February, 23 2019
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Nadine Labaki: ‘I really believe cinema can effect social change’
February, 16 2019
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We rush to condemn fakers such as Dan Mallory but the world has made impostors of us all
February, 10 2019
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Off Season by James Sturm – review
February, 4 2019
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Time Song: Searching for Doggerland by Julia Blackburn – review
January, 27 2019
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Out of the Woods by Luke Turner – review
January, 20 2019
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Milan art tour: fresco heaven, without the crowds
January, 20 2019
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My idea of luxury? Proper mushy peas
January, 19 2019
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Not Working: Why We Have to Stop by Josh Cohen – review
January, 8 2019
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Hobo Mom by Charles Forsman and Max de Radiguès – home is where the hurt is
January, 7 2019
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The Angry Chef: ‘The idea that the overweight have a personality deficit is ridiculous’
January, 6 2019
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Saoirse Ronan: ‘I’ve played a lot of weird people. I have!’
December, 30 2018
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Fiction and nonfiction to look out for in 2019
December, 30 2018
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The big picture: dreamweaver Christian Dior at work
December, 30 2018
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Vegan jerky? No thanks, I’ll stick with the Frazzles
December, 17 2018
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Qasr al-Yahud: a mission to restore faith – and hope
December, 9 2018
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Robin Robertson: ‘Writing poetry has very little to do with the intellect’
December, 8 2018
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Tristram Hunt: ‘In the era of fake news, museums allow a better understanding of truth and history’
November, 18 2018
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Every time a word disappears, we lose a little of our spirit and wit
November, 18 2018
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In praise of vintage cookbooks
November, 17 2018
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Home After Dark review – small town blues in 50s America
November, 13 2018
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‘Perhaps it’s a confessional’: the winner of the Cape/Observer/Comica graphic short story prize 2018
November, 4 2018
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Letters Home 1936-1977 by Philip Larkin, edited by James Booth – review
November, 4 2018
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