Reviews Friday November 22 2002

22nd November 2002 at 00:00

Fiction: Charming the world with spells and spectacles
Nicholas Tucker asks why boy wizard Harry Potter is already such an enduring hero

Book of the week: Performers, explorers and history makers
John Dunford examines the qualities that make teachers and lessons inspiring

History: When Joscelin threw the book at Alan
Sean Lang gets to grips with a new translation of the Domesday Book

Going out: Revamped Brecht gets fresh and fruity
Judith Palmer kicks off this week's choice with a new lease of low life

Get a life: Strange moves afoot at Stonehenge
It's time to wiggle when the bell goes in Wiltshire, reports Nicola Robinson

In Brief: Sir George Trevelyan and the new spiritual awakening

Plus: Watch this, try this, life coach, get away, treats.

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