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Jonathan Lethem: “My intent to skewer is practica...
Once I was a few stories into “Lucky Alan,” I started thinking about the book’s ordering, wondering if you’d consciously decided to start with two of the more realist stories — the title story and...
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Minnesota author Louise Erdrich wins Library of C...
Minnesota author Louise Erdrich wins Library of Congress fiction award Minnesotan Louise Erdrich has won the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, which honors an American literary writer...
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Louise Erdrich wins Library of Congress Prize for...
Minnesota novelist Louise Erdrich, a celebrated author who has won several literary awards, now has another prestigious prize to her name. The author of "Love Medicine" and "Tracks" is this year's...
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Modernist and minimalist: on Tom McCarthy and Kaz...
Faber & Faber, 345pp, £20 Jonathan Cape, 176pp, £16.99 The philosopher Stanley Cavell once wrote that Ludwig Wittgenstein and Martin Heidegger represent polar impulses – reading “nothing” and...
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Aiden O’Reilly: ‘Authors play a curious role with...
Aiden O’Reilly: ‘Authors play a curious role within the industry, having very little power yet being the most publicly visible part’ ‘McCartney said that when the melody for Yesterday came into his...
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Hanya Yanagihara in Conversation With Her Editor
Hanya Yanagihara’s first novel, The People in the Trees—about a doctor in search of the secret to immortality—was published in 2013. Now Doubleday is releasing her second novel, A Little Life, which...
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... To Braggsville' Isn't Quite 'Invisible Man,' But It's Close Here's only a partial list of great American writers whose names came to mind as I was reading T. Geronimo Johnson's new novel,...
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Analyzing Margins, In Error
As technology changes, so too do its critics. Amid fears (unsubstantiated, at least for now) about the rise of eBooks—that Kindles, iPads, and Nooks will take over printed material and rid us of our...
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