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Sep 02, 2021
The inside story of how it happened and why it matters.
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Sep 02, 2021
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
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Sep 02, 2021
Ahead of the release of Sally Rooney’s third novel, bucket hats, tote bags and “status galleys” are the talk of the literary internet.
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Sep 02, 2021
Adam Tooze’s “Shutdown” warns that we are ill equipped to deal with another health crisis or other immense problems that may challenge us.
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Sep 02, 2021
These new books explore the nonessential but delightful pursuit of the ornamental.
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Sep 02, 2021
In her new essay collection, the writer wants to enunciate all the meanings and manifestations of the word that our current conversation obscures.
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Sep 02, 2021
Sometimes the poem sings when you say it, and then sings more when you say it again.
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Sep 02, 2021
September is a brisk month for big books. This week’s standouts include “The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois” and “Dopamine Nation.”
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Sep 02, 2021
“These are not your typical war stories.”
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Sep 01, 2021
Marking time with church bells and bike rides.
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Sep 01, 2021
Rabih Alameddine writes about topics many would rather forget. In his new book, “The Wrong End of the Telescope,” he tells the story of a transgender doctor attempting to care for people fleeing war-torn Syria.
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Sep 01, 2021
He wrote what many believe to be the best single-volume history of the Revolutionary War and another work seeing the war through the eyes of George Washington.
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Sep 01, 2021
In “Beautiful World, Where Are You,” the novelist and her stand-ins chew over questions about fame, sex, idealism and other subjects.
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Sep 01, 2021
The Booker Prize-winning author has reached a deal with the newsletter platform, where he plans to publish fiction and interact with readers.
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Sep 01, 2021
A selection of books published this week.
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Aug 31, 2021
The American Ballet Theater dancer discusses the beauty of anime soundtracks, the virtue of late ’90s music videos and playing video games backstage.
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Aug 31, 2021
In his latest novel, Toibin imagines the life of Thomas Mann, the Nobel Prize-winning author of “The Magic Mountain” and “Death in Venice.”
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Aug 31, 2021
“Matrix” tells the life story of an orphan who is cast out of the royal court and put in charge of an impoverished abbey.
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Aug 31, 2021
An excerpt from “Three Rooms,” by Jo Hamya
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Aug 31, 2021
“The Gambler Wife,” by Andrew D. Kaufman, recounts the life of Anna Dostoyevskaya, the Russian writer’s second wife, who took dictation of his books, endured his gambling addiction and eventually published his work herself.
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Aug 30, 2021
Conflicts over race, culture and inclusion have roiled the Romance Writers of America, the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and other groups devoted to books and literature.
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Aug 30, 2021
In “The Failed Promise,” a new book about Reconstruction and Johnson’s impeachment, Robert S. Levine looks closely at the perspective of Douglass and other Black leaders.
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Aug 28, 2021
Jo Hamya’s debut novel, “Three Rooms,” exposes the precarious state of life for a woman of color in publishing.
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Aug 28, 2021
Her first two books, “Conversations With Friends” and “Normal People,” made her more famous than she liked. For her latest, “Beautiful World, Where Are You,” she asked herself what a novel is and why she’s taking on another one.
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Aug 27, 2021
At the center of the celebrated Israeli novelist’s new book, “More Than I Love My Life,” is the story of a woman imprisoned on a Yugoslavian island for almost three years.
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