World Culture

Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Slave Old Man

SLAVE OLD MAN The books I often find most difficult to review are those recommended by someone whose suggestions are not taken lightly. So, on

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Nonfiction
Ann Ronald

Trainwreck

Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock, and Fear . . . and Why Trainwrecks, Sady Doyle metaphorically muses, are women who have lost

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Literary criticism
Ann Ronald

Nein, A Manifesto

Nein, A Manifesto Home alone, reading Eric Jarosinski’s Nein. A Manifesto, and I’m laughing so hard that tears are running down my cheeks! I don’t

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

A Cafecito Story

A Cafecito Story Heads up, readers! Summer is gone, fall is still falling, goblins have spooked, the really big bird has been eaten, and then

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History
Neal Ferguson

Severed

Severed: A History of Heads Lost and Heads Found At any moment I expected Frances Larson to quote from Stanley Holloway’s English music hall hit

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