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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 16 hours 49 min ago
Readers respond to reviews of Elizabeth Kolbert’s “Sixth Extinction,” Shai Held’s “Abraham Joshua Heschel” and more.
In “Boy, Snow, Bird,” Helen Oyeyemi uses “Snow White” as a departure point for a cautionary tale on post-race ideology, racial limbos and the politics of passing.
America has become one of the greatest providers, and eaters, of meat — a source of both pride and controversy.
The author, most recently, of “Uganda Be Kidding Me” is a fan of “Anna Karenina.” “I find Russian writers to be very charismatic storytellers; and that is where their charisma ends.”