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A Classic of Golden Age Detective Fiction Turns 100

In a 1937 essay, the English writerDorothy L. Sayers explained the genesis of her most famous character and one of…

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For ‘The Late Americans,’ Grad School Life Equals Envy, Sex and Ennui

Brandon Taylor’s novel circulates among Iowa City residents, some privileged, some not, but all aware that their possibilities are contracting.

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Njideka Akunyili Crosby Wants to Take it Slow, Despite Her Rapid Rise

LOS ANGELES — To listen to Njideka Akunyili Crosby talk about the lengths to which she’ll go in researching the…

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A Brief Guide to Martin Amis’s Books

The acclaimed British novelist was also an essayist, memoirist and critic of the first rank.

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Salman Rushdie Makes Surprise Appearance at PEN America Gala

The novelist, who was stabbed and gravely wounded at a literary event last year, received an award from the freedom…

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The Essential Neil Gaiman

In his stories of horror, humanity and uncomfortable truths, Neil Gaiman is never afraid to go into dark places looking…

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Casting a Bright Light on the Supreme Court’s ‘Shadow Docket’

A new book by the legal scholar Stephen Vladeck argues that unsigned and unexplained decisions issued through the court’s shadow…

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Despite Nazi Shadow, Jewelry Sale Sets $202 Million Record

The Christie’s auction had drawn criticism because it featured gems from the estate of a woman whose husband bought businesses…

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Morgan Wallen, a Chart Powerhouse, Hits 10 Weeks at No. 1 (Again)

The country star’s latest album, “One Thing at a Time,” has fended off competition from Metallica, Ed Sheeran and several…

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K-Pop Stars BTS Will Release a Book Telling Their Own Story in July

The announcement by their U.S. publisher, Flatiron Books, came after days of frantic speculation by their fervent fans.

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