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Mathias Énard’s novel follows an anguished young Moroccan coming of age during the Arab uprisings of 2011.
A former journalist and adviser in Afghanistan says corruption is undermining American foreign policy and breeding insurgency.
A look at memoirs that explore the complicated relationships between humans and animals.
New books by Sarah Gerard, Norman Manea, Joe Amato and Mark Doten.
How the actions of the author’s father, a violent Serbian nationalist, shaped her family’s life.
A journalist working in conflict zones becomes overwhelmed by the traumas she reports.
An analysis of PTSD and how the culture responds to it shows effects that extend well beyond the individual sufferer.
Stewart O’Nan imagines Fitzgerald in Hollywood.
Readers respond to recent reviews of “Founders’ Son,” “Ghettoside” and more.
Acknowledgments give up fantastic clues about writers.
In this novel, an Israeli soldier wrestles with his conscience as Palestinians are driven from their homes.
While immigration is a subject of some of the most intense political debates in this country, inaugural poet Richard Blanco says it also drives his art. He shares his journey of becoming an American.
The Iranian-American comic came to the U.S. when he was 6 years old, just before Iran's 1979 revolution. His new memoir is I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One on TV.