At 80, Noah thinks he’s too old to save a child, but the child saves him.
Her new poetry collection, “Be Recorder,” is a bracing examination of America’s promise.
“The Testaments” answers all our burning questions about Gilead.
The update of Cervantes’ classic novel was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.
Authors woke up to the dangers of insomnia a long time ago.
Despite its eccentricities, Zink’s latest novel is surprisingly conventional.
Ken Cuccinelli offered his own revision of one of America’s most famous poems. It wasn’t pretty.
The follow-up to her sensational “The Tiger’s Wife” brings us camels and humans who can talk to the dead.
The Nobel laureate, who died on Monday, blasted many a myth, with eloquence and grace.
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