April 2019

Noted
by Emma Fajgenbaum

‘Who Killed My Father’ by Édouard Louis (trans. Lorin Stein)
Political rage fuels the French author’s account of a fraught father–son relationship

Emma Fajgenbaum

Emma Fajgenbaum is assistant editor at New Left Review.

Cover April 2019

April 2019

In This Issue

Illustration

The sentencing of George Pell

It took a judge to explain power to a cardinal

Illustration

The Murray–Darling’s dry mouth

Scientists are witnessing the ecological collapse of South Australia’s Coorong

Haruki to Highsmith: Lee Chang-dong’s ‘Burning’

Mr Ripley echoes through a masterful tale of class tensions in Seoul

Illustration

The F45 gym revolution

The Australian fitness franchise is high-fiving its way around the world


Read on

Image from ‘Eat the Problem’

Can ‘Eat the Problem’ solve the problem?

Mona’s new project explores our fraught ethics of consumption

Image from ‘Janet Laurence: After Nature’

‘Janet Laurence: After Nature’ at the MCA

This survey offers a root and branch study of the natural world’s fragility

Image of Scott Morrison and Michaelia Cash

Scott Morrison’s short-sighted defence of cars with grunt

Our leader remains in Luddite denial about electric vehicles

Image from ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

The contrary director’s 30-year quest comes to a suitably ludicrous end


×
×