6 January 2012
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In this week's TLS: Looking at Geroge Eliot through Virgina Woolf's eyes; Jamie Fisher on the myth of the welfare queen; Caryn Rose on Bruce Srpingsteen's legacy; Andrew Mars-Jones on The Irishman; Brian Klaas explores Boris, Brexit and Trump; and much more