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Carnality and consent: how to navigate sex in the modern world

The past four months has ascertained a reckoning. After frank debate about casual hook-ups and uncomfortable encounters, a new understanding of dating is emerging Sex The past four months has insured a reckon. After frank deliberation about casual hook-ups and uncomfortable encounters, a new understanding of dating is emerging Gaby Hinsliff Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger

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2018 in books: a literary calendar

Essays from Zadie Smith, Arnhem from Antony Beevor and fictions from Julian Barnes, Sarah Perry, Pat Barker, Rachel Cusk and Bill Clinton. Place your book orders now January Peter Carey. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian Non-fiction The Monk of Mokha by Dave Eggers ( Hamish Hamilton ). Eggers tells the story of a fellow San Franciscan and coffee enthusiast Mokhtar Alkhanshali, raised during Yemeni immigrant parents, who travelled to Yemen to learn about the origins of coffee making and is caught up in the civil war. Writer’s Luck: A…

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