The political narrative details the now-senator’s decades struggling against financial institutions.
A 9-year-old boy begins spying on his parents and doesn’t like what he discovers.
‘The Sound Book’ and ‘I Can Hear You Whisper’ will change the way you perceive the noises that abound
The story begins with a long, graphic torture scene, turns to comedy and reaches an unexpected ending.
The director and author speaks of a mask that hides his truer feelings, but his letters seem quite candid
Susanna Kaysen’s “Cambridge” is a memoir-like novel about a not-quite-happy childhood.
A young scholar becomes obsessed with Richard I and a piece of the True Cross.
‘It represented giving up some of the constraints of poetry and allowing other things to happen.’
Glass returns with some of the best characters from her National Book Award-winning novel, ‘Three Junes.’
Ms. Townsend’s most popular creation was Adrian Mole, whom she followed from teen to adult.
A thriller set among Manhattan’s elite reminds us that smart women can make foolish choices.
The British literary scholar and writer testified in the landmark 1960 obscenity case involving the novel.
‘You Are Here’ chronicles the history of global positioning and how we find out where we are.
Dane Huckelbridge attempts to discover America through bourbon, and bourbon through America
The nominees include Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “Americanah” and Donna Tartt’s “The Goldfinch.”
A review of “The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression” by John F. Kasson.
A wonderfully digressive revisiting of a doomed city.
“The Long Shadow: The Legacies of the Great War in the Twentieth Century.”
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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “Americanah” is on the shortlist for the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction.
The books Washington has been reading.
From novels to history to cooking and ghost stories, Post editors and critics offer introduction to capital.