The Library currently has a trial to The London Review of Books online archive until 25th May 2018. Access during the trial is only available on campus.
The archive contains every piece ever published in the magazine: over 13,500 articles by more than 2000 contributors from the past 30 years.
Content includes Alan Bennett’s New Year Diaries since 1990; essays, stories and memoirs by Hilary Mantel; Edward Said writing about Fidelio or the Oslo Accords; Eliot Weinberger’s ‘What I Heard about Iraq’; and more than 230 critical essays by Frank Kermode.
Feedback during this trial would be very welcome, contact Lorraine Curran: email@example.com.