(Knopf/Michael Lionstar)
(Knopf/Michael Lionstar)
J. Courtney Sullivan focuses on the culture of privilege that works so effectively to maintain class distinctions while erasing any acknowledgment of them.
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Maria Konnikova aims to enter the game’s biggest tournament. First she has to learn how to play.
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Former Mexican diplomat Jorge G. Castañeda warns that the U.S. is starting to crumble.
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A look at how people have engaged with “Huck Finn” and “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” over time offers a snapshot of who we were and are.
Fang Fang describes battling censorship and misinformation about the virus in her Chinese city.
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Andy Mulvihill captures the frenetic energy of a lawless place very much a function of its time.
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The action takes place at a summer camp where people claim to have levitated.
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Michael Dirda is taking a vacation next month, and he’s already getting his to-be-read pile in order.
A snapshot of popular books.
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J. Courtney Sullivan focuses on the culture of privilege that works so effectively to maintain class distinctions while erasing any acknowledgment of them.
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Mackintosh’s “The Water Cure,” longlisted for the Booker Prize in 2018, also dealt with women living restricted lives.
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