Alan Dershowitz at the U.S. Capitol in January. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images)
Alan Dershowitz at the U.S. Capitol in January. (Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images)
“Make Russia Great Again” and “Rodham” are two recent novels that benefit from blending fact and fiction.
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“The Queen of Tuesday” is a striking exploration of how fame confounds the lives of prominent and obscure people.
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Smith’s slim volume of essays is a balm during an anxious summer.
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Faliveno is an excellent essayist, expertly braiding seemingly disparate threads into engrossing tales.
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Among the picks: Natasha Trethewey’s poignant memoir, which the poet narrates herself.
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The novel revisits the original story, but from Edward Cullen’s perspective.
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer’s new book looks at American racism through the lens of India’s entrenched social hierarchicy.
Edward Ball sketches a portrait of his Klansman ancestor, a Black victim and post-Civil War New Orleans.
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Jim McCloskey describes how his faith fueled his work, and how his work tested his faith.
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Robert Weintraub explores the mystery of the glamorous, groundbreaking Alice Marble.
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Eric Posner looks back at previous demagogues to evaluate President Trump.
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