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The story of the man who defied Al Qaeda to protect his nation’s cultural heritage.
The author of “The Round House” and, most recently, “LaRose” thinks President Obama “deserves a diverting literary read filled with witchy sex, brutal greed, dark gods and innocence.”
In the fifth volume of his autobiographical novel, Karl Ove Knausgaard struggles with shame and fear of failure.
Adam Kirsch and Zoë Heller discuss whether books can be judged by their politics.
After giving birth, a woman starts hearing a mysterious interior monologue.
Two books turn to recent revelations in the study of animal cognition.
Two new books address the disconnect between the lives of liberal elites and the people they supposedly serve.