And Jill Lepore on the Right Kind of American Patriotism
Hemon’s Narrators Carry the Gloom of the Old World with them to North America.
And Counterculture Hackers Who Are Trying to Save the World
Desire is different than love, but like love it does take hold of you.
And Was George Washington’s Mother Really Unloving, Shrewish, and Cruel?
A Collection of Funny, Wry, Unflinchingly Honest Essays About How People Connect
And an Impassioned Argument for Accepting More Immigrants
A Leading Biographer of Clinton and Obama, Among Others, Turns His Gaze Closer to Home
And the Case for Generalists in an Increasingly Complex World
Brenda Wineapple’s New Book is One that Nancy Pelosi Might Want to Have on Her Nightstand
And Movie Director John Waters Explains Why He Considers Himself a ‘Filth Elder’
It Includes a Look at the Future of Capitalism and, More Surprisingly, a Journalist’s Exploration of Blood
A Fascinating Look at the ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Author’s Struggle to Tell an Elusive Story
And David Maraniss on His Father’s Travails During the McCarthy Era
A New Book Says the Key is to Rethink How Prosecutors Do Their Jobs
And an American Immigration Law Motivated by Racism and Eugenics
What Part of “It is a Novel” Do People Not Understand?
And a Gorgeously Written Story of the Life and Death (by Poachers) of a Grizzly Bear
New Yorker writer Patrick Radden Keefe Weaves a Rich Tale with Few Heroes
And Virginia Hall, a Wealthy American Woman who Spied Behind Nazi Lines
Her Latest Book Confirms that Sally Rooney is a Keen-Eyed Observer of a New Generation
And What Do You Do When Your Friend is Accused of Sexual Assault?
On Researching, Writing, and Coming to Terms with His Great Subject: Power
And a Novel that Explores Race, Class, and Privilege at Harvard
Rick Reilly Takes a Close, Often Hilarious, Look at Our ‘Commander in Cheat’
And a Riveting Story About a Cold Case Crime, from the Author of Black Hawk Down
Well-Suited to Our Age, it Is Meant to Double as a Civics Lesson
And a Liberal Lesbian Muslim Reformer Calls for Dialogue — and Asks Not to Be Labeled
What Do You Say (in an Imaginary Conversation) to a Child Who Has Died by Suicide?
And the Story of Spain’s Most Notorious Literary Family
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