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Shelley, Isaac Bashevis Singer and Franz Kafka are among the authors who have made the case for vegetarianism.
Readers respond to reviews of Elizabeth Kolbert’s “Sixth Extinction,” Shai Held’s “Abraham Joshua Heschel” and more.
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America has become one of the greatest providers, and eaters, of meat — a source of both pride and controversy.
Alan Cheuse reviews Night in Shanghai, by Nicole Mones.
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.”