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Gal Beckerman 2h
A fantastic review of Sisonke Msimang's memoir by the fantastic , a book that "charts an alternate course to the now familiar conclusion that home is not always a place on a map."
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“Well, I’m not black or white,” I remember thinking, pencil in hand, “but I don’t like the sound of ‘other.’”
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tells that her new Wonder Woman arc is "a meditation on violence" and "whether there is such a thing as a just war anymore"
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From our archives, 11/14/1868: The paper's annual holiday books gift guide recommended "Advice to a Mother on the Management of Her Children"
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Speed is of the essence in these great new books for kids about things that go.
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"The Mississippi-born poet Natasha Trethewey has an exalted résumé ... but her poems are earthy; they fly close to the ground." reviews "Monument."
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The publishing industry might have to think back to Harry Potter’s heyday for a book that has garnered this much attention
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The New York Times reviews Michelle Obama's new memoir, "Becoming"
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As Andrew Roberts shows, Churchill had personal, physical and political courage, and when he was chosen to lead Britain through its darkest hour, he was ready for the challenge
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Floor seats for Michelle Obama’s upcoming rock ’n’ roll-like arena tour event at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Dec. 1 are currently being offered on Stubhub for between $1,000 and nearly $4,000
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"I just can’t figure out why this work is not more widely read and celebrated," says Tayari Jones
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"In her work, those who are gone linger like ghosts. The delicate branches of her verse run you along a harrowing borderline of substance and illusion." reviews Natasha Trethewey's "Monument."
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There have been many biographies of Winston Churchill, but Andrew Roberts's "Churchill: Walking With Destiny" may be the best one yet
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His pet project: Interviewing more than 4,000 dogs (and their humans)
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Louise DeSalvo, memoirist and Virginia Woolf scholar, dies at 76. She also loved to cook. "Life is too short," she wrote, "for even one bad meal."
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He wrote some 4,000 reviews and essays during his three-decade tenure covering books for The New York Times. Here are some of our favorites.
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Part of the wonder of Kiese Laymon's book is his commitment to getting as close to the truth as possible, even when it means asking painful questions about what we owe the people who brought us into this world
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Without the need needs of warfare, “there would be no astronomy, no astrophysics, no astronauts, no exploration of the solar system and barely any comprehension of the cosmos"
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New York Times Books Nov 13
Michelle Obama's memoir divulges some details that the Obamas haven’t discussed publicly before. “Becoming” is out today. Read our review.
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New York Times Books Nov 13
"'The Street' is my favorite type of novel, literary with an astonishing plot," says Tayari Jones
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