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“Fates and Furies”: Two Takes on a Marriage, One Impressive Novel

Lauren Groff’s Fates and Furies is an unusual accomplishment, not only because it is that rare ambitious novel that largely […]


The High Mountains of Portugal: A Thoughtful but Underwhelming Study of Grief

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In “Alive, Alive Oh!”, Diana Athill Remembers a Remarkable Life


“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” Gives an Unlikely Lesson in Adaptation, is Awesome While Doing So

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The Buried Giant: Why the Fantastic Isn’t Always Important in Fantasy

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Christopher Buckley Satirizes Medieval Europe in ‘The Relic Master’


Room 101, for Teenage Girls: A conversation with Only Ever Yours Author Louise O’ Neill

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Jurassic World: Why the Least Believable Character is not Indominus Rex

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Who Was The Real Don Draper? Literary Traveler Investigates

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Why I Love Biographies, Even If They’re Not Great: ‘Fire and Rain: The James Taylor Story’