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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. Up next: HOW TO RAISE A READER.
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Pamela Paul 15m
Among all the other indignities of contemporary air travel, this is the extent of the illumination provided by my immovable reading light.
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Pamela Paul 2h
Too many middle schools give up on the natural expectation that children should continue to read for pleasure into adolescence.
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Pamela Paul 7h
Ready for a nice long flight.
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Pamela Paul 8h
When your parents are flappers.
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Pamela Paul 21h
Robert Galbraith, occasionally known as J.K. Rowling has a new book out. Sarah Lyall reviews for The New York Times:
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NYTLive Sep 18
Robust discussion between and Rob Riemen on the Literature of Liberal Democracy session, hosted by who poses questions about the landscape of books with a generation who use social media much more than they read
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NYTLive Sep 18
No tomatoes thrown at our panel of senior journalists and leaders in Talk with the Times session at Athens Democracy Forum with Mark Thompson, and Serge Schmemann.
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Pamela Paul Sep 17
This phone typo is going to be the death of me.
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Pamela Paul Sep 17
This week’s democracy-themed issue of The New York Tikes Book Review is the first to be printed in the birthplace of democracy, Athens. Here she is, posing next to her godly inspiration.
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Tina Jordan Sep 16
I had the chance to ask reclusive author Robert Galbraith – good friend of — a few questions about his Cormoran Strike novels
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Pamela Paul Sep 17
“I am one of many readers who view the publication date of each Atkinson novel as an answer to the title question of one of her earlier books, ‘When Will There Be Good News?’l Kate Atkinson has a new novel out. Janet Maslin reviews:
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Carlos Lozada Sep 13
“You don’t want to be so open-minded that your brain falls out, so open-minded that you’re sort of giving everything the benefit of the doubt.... Then you’re just saying nothing and then you just have to go kill yourself.”⁦ ⁦⁩ rocks:
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Costa Navarino Sep 15
Serge Schmemann moderating the discussion about how books change minds & politics with and . Democracy & Books Weekend in collaboration with Athens Democracy Forum
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Pamela Paul Sep 16
The New York Times has an exclusive interview with Robert Galbraith. Some people may know him as ⁦⁩.
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Pamela Paul Sep 16
This is feeling rather timely.
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Pamela Paul Sep 15
A pleasure to see a book story on A1 of the international edition of The New York Times.
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Pamela Paul Sep 14
Replying to @mattstaggs
Yes.
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Pamela Paul Sep 14
Wise observation from Rob Riemen’s “To Fight Against this Age,” and something to ponder as our children head back to school this month.
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Pamela Paul Sep 13
So sad. RIP Marin Mazzie, one of the greats.
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Sarah Lyall Sep 13
I loved LITTLE WOMEN, but there are a couple of scenes that seared themselves into my brain, and not in a positive way. Here is my piece on revisiting a book that has meant so much to so many people:
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