Ron Charles

FICTION: In a tiny prison, a poignant, affecting love (Post, September 15, 2010)
FICTION: How to talk so humans listen (Post, September 8, 2010)
Jonathan Franzen's new novel, "Freedom": The wages of liberty in a toxic world: Franzen's follow-up to 'The Corrections' lacks its wit (Post, August 25, 2010)
BOOK WORLD: Roles played with a kid in the picture (Post, August 18, 2010)
FICTION: Pluto's brief blaze of glory (Post, August 11, 2010)
FICTION: What befalls the pour relation (Post, August 4, 2010)
Mr. Dystopia: One man's quest for intimacy skewers a sex- and youth-obsessed world gone wild (Post, July 28, 2010)
Till death do them part: On Red Hook Road, newlyweds are victims of a ghastly sub-genre (Post, July 21, 2010)
War crimes on a peaceful shore (Post, July 14, 2010)
BOOK WORLD: Recipe for romance and financial meltdown (Post, July 7, 2010)
BOOK WORLD: Dueling words, not swords, in a rich saga of shogun Japan (Post, June 30, 2010)
Poetic madness (Post, June 23, 2010)
FICTION: When the music stops (Post, June 16, 2010)
You'll want to keep the lights on (Post, June 9, 2010)
Serving surrealism on the side (Post, June 2, 2010)
A warrior lays down his gun (Post, May 19, 2010)
FICTION: How could all this sex be so exasperating? (Post, May 12, 2010)
In the name of the Father, the Son . . . and the other Son: Jesus and Christ are twins in an atheist's retelling of the Gospels (Post, May 5, 2010)
Les United States de Tocqueville (Post, April 28, 2010)
FICTION: Act one: Pretend to grieve (Post, April 21, 2010)
FICTION: Hitler, through eyes of animals (Post, April 14, 2010)
BOOK WORLD: Trauma in the nest: A good child gone wild (Post, April 7, 2010)
Is it getting warmer in here? (Post, March 31, 2010)
BOOK WORLD: An anxious wanderer in a world brimming with terror (Post, March 24, 2010)
How much is one life worth? (Post, March 17, 2010)
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