Our annual survey of the best books includes 10 we think are exceptionally rewarding
  • Nov 15
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Jaron Lanier ponders technology — and virtual reality — in search of the future.

  • Emily Parker
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  • 12 hours ago
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A.J. Jacobs delves into DNA genealogy and wonders, Why can’t we all just get along?

  • Eric Weiner
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  • 12 hours ago
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Florent Groberg recounts his journey from France to heroism in the U.S. military

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John Prados explores the sins of the agency in hopes of driving out its malevolent spirits.

  • Adam Zagorin
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  • 13 hours ago
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In ‘The Dawn of Detroit,’ Tiya Miles gives voice to the enslaved and indigenous people who helped build the city

  • Herb Boyd
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  • 13 hours ago
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  • Perspective

The author of “Emma” endured boorish men and knew the importance of sisterhood.

  • Emily Midorikawa and Emma Claire Sweeney
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  • 1 day ago
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David Patrikarakos explores how the shaping of perceptions online is key to battlefield success.

  • Matti Friedman
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  • 1 day ago
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A gorgeous, massive anthology compiles all the strips that featured Charlie Brown’s dog.

  • Michael Tisserand
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  • 2 days ago
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“They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us” is a breathtaking collection of essays.

  • Pete Tosiello
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  • 3 days ago
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‘Balancing Acts: Behind the Scenes at London’s National Theatre,’ by Nicholas Hytner

  • Wendy Smith
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  • 3 days ago
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