16 May 1840
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Hellfires up the ante down under
A historian assesses a catastrophe that is causing Australians to reconsider their attitudes to climate change / BY NICK BRODIE
When fear pulls the trigger
As protesters in Tehran took to the streets, our correspondent argues that panic can be as much to blame for sparking a conflict as aggression / BY MARY DEJEVSKY
A toothless vampire
A new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel has gripped TV viewers, but the story it wants to tell about God is tantalisingly underexplored / BY KIRSTY JANE FALCONER
Rediscovering the art of reading
The digital revolution has been a huge commercial success, but it has made us shallow, irritable and depressed, argues a leading publisher / BY ROBIN BAIRD-SMITH