The dedication page from Strange Planet, by Nathan W. Pyle. (Nathan W. Pyle / Morrow Gift)
The dedication page from "Strange Planet," by Nathan W. Pyle. (Nathan W. Pyle / Morrow Gift)
Maeve Binchy, Carl Sagan and Fredrik Backman have all professed their love in indelible ways.
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Stephanie Gorton on the symbiotic relationship of reporter Ida Tarbell and publisher S.S. McClure.

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Alexander Boxer says both disciplines seek to divine useful patterns from complex information.

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The novel is part of a wave of books about the tumultuous 17th and early 18th centuries.

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