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New York Times Sunday Book Review
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Daniel Mendelsohn and Anna Holmes discuss whether there is an appropriate amount of time to wait before turning national tragedy or trauma into art.
From urban pigeons to the Adirondacks, Maureen N. McLane celebrates the intricacies of the natural world.
The hero of Alan Furst’s new espionage novel risks his life for the loyalists in the Spanish Civil War.
The Internet was hailed as a digital democracy, but has resulted in inequities and concentrations of power.
Patricia Lockwood’s second poetry collection continues her interrogation of gender, nature and sexuality.
“The Girls of August,” No. 13 on the hardcover fiction list, is the novelist Anne Rivers Siddons’s 13th best seller.
Readers respond to recent reviews of Michael Korda’s “Clouds of Glory,” Hillary Rodham Clinton’s “Hard Choices” and more.
A second volume of the life of Clare Boothe Luce: playwright, screenwriter, editor, congresswoman, ambassador and presidential adviser.