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Craig Brown’s biographical method — combining fragments, lists, excerpts, quotes and flights of whimsy — is executed brilliantly.
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Our commenters had some thoughtful responses to a story about novels that ended in disappointing ways.
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Aimee Molloy’s new novel ‘Goodnight Beautiful’ twists in all-too-familiar ways
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Tim Weiner recounts the meddling and machinations by both countries.
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H.W. Brands critiques the wildly different paths the two men took toward the same goal.
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As her work broke new ground, the composer faced ridicule and threats, writes Amanda Sewell.
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Tom Tomorrow and Ruben Bolling find humor in the absurd.
Evan Osnos portrays a shrewder, more mature Biden than many are used to seeing.
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White-collar crime is rampant, but few are punished, two new books argue.
Books published in the Trump era reveal the battles over, and changes in, the American presidency today. In this special episode of “Presidential,” Post nonfiction book critic Carlos Lozada shares what he’s learned from reading more than 150 of them.
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Berryman, who won a Pulitzer and a National Book Award, struggled with addiction and despair that also fueled his work.
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