(Michelle Mruk for The Washington Post)
(Michelle Mruk for The Washington Post)
  • May 23
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“Brooklyn: The Once and Future City” looks at the history of a place Walt Whitman, Spike Lee, Bernie Sanders and Barbra Streisand called home.

  • Paul Alexander
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John Englehardt’s use of the second-person perspective creates an aching immediacy.

  • Kristen Millares Young
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Her fifth book, “Heaven, My Home,” is on the horizon along with her TV adaptation of Celeste Ng’s “Little Fires Everywhere.”

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As the world verges on World War I, the battle of the sexes rages in “Kopp Sisters on the March.”

  • Carol Memmott
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“The Education of Brett Kavanaugh” also recounts the life of privilege that preceded the showdown.

  • Jill Filipovic
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In his memoir, he recounts how a Rubik’s Cube helped him expose government secrets.

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The novel revolves around “Doctor Zhivago” author Boris Pasternak.

  • Joan Frank
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Director John Crowley and screenwriter Peter Straughan dutifully include every plot point.

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The beloved graphic novelist writes bravely about her childhood anxieties in “Guts.”

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Ian Urbina argues that businesses and governments are able to operate with impunity.

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