A Diverse Set of Lives, Full of Emotional Intensity
An Illuminating Survey of 1865-1896, Critical Years for the American Republic
And a Joni Mitchell Biography that Covers Her Complex Personality and Her Genius
Trying Hard Not to Hand the President a Draft with Coffee Stains on It
A Game that is, as the Saying Goes, "Dull Only to Dull Minds"
And a Provocative Look at Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook
With a Focus on Ensuring that Humanity's Basic Needs Get Met
A Rich Period Story with a Blockbuster of an Ending
And Ta-Nehisi Coates's Lament: 'We Were Eight Years in Power'
"Religion was everywhere, and I understood that it was against me."
University Reformer, FDR Advisor, and a Key Player in Developing the Atom Bomb
And a Media Entrepreneur's 400-Year History of American Capitalism
A Granddaughter's Perspective on an Iconic Piece of American History
Jeannette Watson Talks About Privilege, Setbacks, and Writing Her Memoir
And Americans Scraping by in an Increasingly Brutal Labor Market
You Need a Plan, He Says, for Dealing with Toxic Colleagues
Two Men Who Were Both More Right than Many of their Contemporaries
And a Vanity Fair Writer's Freewheeling Look at Sex in the 1990s
And a Caustic Examination of an Ill-Fated Family.
And a Beautiful, Heartbreaking Novel Set on Mississippi's Gulf Coast
LaValle Knows What We Fear and Why it Sends Us Over the Edge
The Onetime O.J. Simpson Prosecutor Looks at a Trial From the Other Side
And an M.I.T. Professor's Cautionary Words about Artificial Intelligence
And Her Acclaimed Memoir About Giving Up a Family Home She Loved
Among the Top Winners, for a Change: Women Writers
And a Turkish Nobel Prize Winner Orhan Pamuk's New Novel
Balzac Reputedly Drank 14 Cups a Day -- Keller Says, Double That
For Modern Literature, 1922 Was the Beginning of Everything
And an American Abroad Contemplates Her Nation's Place in the World
An Enthralling Portrait of the Oral History Legend, Tape Recorder in Hand
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