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Two new alphabet books are examples of a thriving and increasingly sophisticated genre.
Klosterman wonders whether our cherished certainties will look foolish to later generations.
A woman puts her music career on hold and confronts clashing identities in a novel set in Jerusalem.
The history of white poverty in America takes in race and class, stereotype and exploitation.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie says, “Fiction can remind us . . . that the players in politics are first human beings.”
The New York Times Book Review asked the acclaimed novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to write a short story about the American election.
Two books offer opposing arguments on crime and law enforcement.
After my second memoir, people stopped asking me questions. They thought they had the answers.