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Pick of the Picture Books: Kandinsky, edited by Helmut Friedel and Annegret Hoberg

Weighing in at nearly a stone, this beautifully-produced, massive collection of Kandinsky scholarship is one of the most weighty books about the author ever published, the result of years of work by the world's foremost experts.

Journalist jailed and editor resigns over phone hacking

Andy Coulson, the editor of the News of the World, resigned from his job last night after the newspaper's royal editor was jailed for four months at the Old Bailey for plotting to hack into Royal aides' telephone messages.

My Home: Novelist Hilary Mantel

Not everyone would feel at home in a former lunatic asylum, but for this novelist, it's the perfect refuge, as she tells Rosanna Greenstreet

State of the Union, by Douglas Kennedy

Romantic rebel to desperate housewife

Tobias Schneebaum

Artist who went to live with cannibals

Miles Kington: Those who think Albanian, talk Albanian

How cruel to give a man a clock when he retires. Much kinder to give it him when he joins the company

A Minute Too Late, Lyttelton, National Theatre, London

The three guys on stage appear to be imitating strenuously the elastic-limbed expressionist slapstick of early Complicite shows.

Turandot, Royal Opera House, London

Triumph of slave over mistress

Buried Treasure

Deborah Moggach on Arnold Bennett's 'The Old Wives' Tale

Andrew Forge

Erudite painter and critic
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