All Turned About

The December issue of New Criterion features a Theodore Dalrymple essay on Coventry’s dreadful modernist architecture, the Turner prize, and a pair of exhibitions in London. Please note that this essay will require a subscription to New Criterion.

The last time I visited Coventry was as a witness in the trial of a man with a tattoo on his neck who had strangled his girlfriend in a fit of jealous rage. Murders are generally sordid, but in my experience as a witness in murder trials, those in Coventry are particularly so.

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