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Pamela Paul
Editor of The New York Times Book Review. On the production and consumption of culture. Some mutterings. Out: MY LIFE WITH BOB. TK: HOW TO RAISE A READER.
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Pamela Paul 3h
For Earth Day, two books about our imperiled planet, by and
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Michael Lewis has a new podcast. The New York Times reviews:
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Virginia Heffernan Apr 20
.’s review of Mueller is itself a strange masterpiece. He reads Hardy, , Delillo, Dylan, McEwan, Bellow and of course Shakespeare into Mueller’s wicked prose—and he also admires the elegant turn of phrase of one Konstantin Kilimnik. Thank you, Dwight
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Pamela Paul Apr 21
"We’re the guinea pigs.” Or, what happens when the tech industry is allowed to take over public education. Important story by
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Kurt Andersen Apr 20
Excellent ⁦⁩ “review” of the Mueller report, such as: “So much of what’s in the Mueller report is already known that reading it is like consuming a short story collection that’s already been excerpted in every magazine you subscribe to.“
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Jennifer Senior Apr 20
Perfect review of Mueller report from , in which he complains: "Because its language about not exonerating Trump is written in the negative, the most important sections are hard to quote." (His suggested title: “We Didn’t Not Find Anything.”)
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Sarah Lyall Apr 20
"Through the entirety of the report, Trump is observed to lie, at almost every moment, like Falstaff telling Hal how many thieves he fended off." Every word a gem in this masterful reading of the Mueller Report.
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Pamela Paul Apr 20
You've read all the reporting about The Mueller Report. Now read The New York Times book review of The Mueller Report.
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Beth Macy Apr 20
Great interview, ⁦⁩ I asked Caro once for advice on how to write about historic sexual harassment of maids & illegitimate, unclaimed children in “Factory Man,” and he politely said, “I’m looking forward to seeing how you handle that.”
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Pamela Paul Apr 19
When you're lucky enough to have Robert Caro in the studio, you devote the whole podcast to him. We discuss "Working," "Master of the Senate," and more.
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Pamela Paul Apr 18
It was the daughter-in-law of one of the people Caro interviewed, who had been an aide to LBJ.
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Pamela Paul Apr 18
House gift from visitor from Paris. 💔
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Jean Birnbaum Apr 15
"Désolé mon fils, mais c'est pas tous les jours que Notre-Dame brûle", dit un père à son bébé qui s'impatiente, à deux mètres d'une femme en larmes, soufflant "faut qu'ils fassent quelque chose ! faut qu'ils fassent quelque chose !"
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Pamela Paul Apr 15
You, rodent, are no service dog.
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Pamela Paul Apr 14
One of the greats. RIP Bibi Andersson
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Pamela Paul Apr 12
The NYTBR review of Isabella Hammad’s much-anticipated debut novel:
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Pamela Paul Apr 11
Each of us sees a sign of the end times in different places.
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Pamela Paul Apr 10
Ohhhhh, this essay by Anne Boyer in this week’s New Yorker. Just this one paragraph...
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Pamela Paul Apr 10
Replying to @sarahlyall
You are always so helpful!
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