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Jared Kushner Has A Wild Viewpoint Of How 2020-09-11 00:10:36In Bob Woodward's "Rage," the president's senior adviser claims the Cheshire Cat in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is key to understanding

Woodward: Americans Had 'Little Idea' Of How 'Dangerous' 2020-09-10 23:42:54In "Rage," the journalist describes how Trump's erratic tweeting ramped up tensions inside the White House, prompting one top official to sleep in

George R.R. Martin Can’t Build Castle Library In 2020-09-10 17:39:45The Santa Fe Historic Districts Review Board has denied a request from the "Game Of Thrones" author for a seven-sided, castle-style library at his c

Melania Trump’s Ex-Friend Shuts Down Meghan McCain's 'Gotcha' 2020-09-09 14:55:36Stephanie Winston Wolkoff told "The View" that she only started recording the first lady after being "accused of a crime" and "thrown under the b

Bestselling Author Don Winslow Reveals ‘The Greatest Lie 2020-09-09 04:34:11Winslow has a blunt reminder for Trump's supporters ahead of Election Day.

Former NRA Executive Turns Crosshairs On Wayne LaPierre 2020-09-03 13:27:20Joshua Powell, former second in command at the National Rifle Association, said the gun group caters "to the extreme fringe."

Melania Trump Dismisses ‘Malicious Gossip’ After Ex-Adviser Releases 2020-09-03 12:53:11Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, the first lady's longtime confidant, has written a book full of allegations about the president's wife.

There Are Lots Of COVID-19 Children's Books Now. 2020-09-03 11:58:27These stories help kids understand and process the coronavirus pandemic.

19 Children's Books That Normalize Breastfeeding 2020-08-28 15:19:51These books educate kids about nursing or feature images that show it's natural.

Are Looters Undermining The Movement — Or Creating 2020-08-25 14:54:34Vicky Osterweil's "In Defense of Looting" makes the case that looting isn't a betrayal of protests for Black lives, but a vital aspect of the mov

27 Children's Books That Foster A Healthy Body 2020-08-20 05:45:30These body-positive books promote self-love and confidence in young readers.

The New Yorker: Books &

The 2020 National Book Awards Longlist: Nonfiction 2020-09-17 15:00:00The New Yorker announces the National Book Awards longlist for Nonfiction, including Michelle Bowdler’s “Is Rape a Crime?,” Karla Co

Roger Angell Turns One Hundred 2020-09-17 12:00:00From The New Yorker’s archive: a selection of pieces by Roger Angell, who celebrates his hundredth birthday this week.

The 2020 National Book Awards Longlist: Poetry 2020-09-17 10:00:00The New Yorker announces the National Book Awards longlist for Poetry, including Honorée Fanonne Jeffers’s “The Age of Phillis,&rdq

The 2020 National Book Awards Longlist: Translated Literature 2020-09-16 15:00:00The New Yorker announces the National Book Awards longlist for Translated Literature, including Perumal Murugan’s “The Story of a Goat,&rd

The 2020 National Book Awards Longlist: Young People’s 2020-09-16 10:00:00The New Yorker announces the National Book Awards longlist for Young People’s Literature, including Kacen Callender’s “King and the

Joy Harjo Reads Sandra Cisneros 2020-09-16 06:00:00On The New Yorker’s Poetry Podcast, the poet Joy Harjo joins Kevin Young to discuss “Still-Life with Potatoes, Pearls, Raw Meat, Rhineston

Bob Woodward’s Bad Characters 2020-09-15 19:52:34Isaac Chotiner reviews “Rage,” Bob Woodward’s second book about the Trump Presidency, for which Woodward interviewed James Mattis, R

Goya and the Art of Survival 2020-09-14 06:00:00In the turbulent Spain of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Goya skimmed waves of change that swamped others, Peter Schjeldahl write

The Virus That Became a Muse for Hervé 2020-09-14 06:00:00The young writer, who died at thirty-five, in 1991, wrote about the ravaging of AIDS in controversial, self-exposing, always defiant fiction. A reviva

An American Writer for an Age of Division 2020-09-14 06:00:00The playwright and novelist Ayad Akhtar has never been afraid of provoking audiences. His new autofiction novel, “Homeland Elegies,”&

Nicole Krauss on the Drama of Desire 2020-09-14 06:00:00Deborah Treisman interviews the author Nicole Krauss about “Switzerland,” her story from the September 21, 2020, issue of The New Yorker.

Briefly Noted Book Reviews 2020-09-14 06:00:00“Wandering in Strange Lands,” “The Pink Line,” “The Discomfort of Evening,” and “High as the Waters Rise.&rd

Christian Science Monitor |

The reasons why democracy is in decline around 2020-08-31 16:40:00From Poland to Britain to the U.S., antidemocratic political movements have enjoyed the support of the conservative elite, says Anne Applebaum.

‘Natural History’ is a beautiful, challenging puzzle 2020-08-31 16:13:25A collaboration between a curator and a fashion designer evolves into a mind-bending exploration of perception and truth in this enigmatic novel.

The earliest female sports superstars paved the way 2020-08-31 15:27:07Lottie Dod and Alice Marble won admiration and challenged gender stereotypes as successful athletes.

A warm goodbye to summer with four great 2020-08-31 12:12:07Squeeze in one last beach with one of our reviewer’s recommendations for audiobooks of August 2020 and settle in for a diversion.

Last chance for a summer fling: The 10 2020-08-24 13:46:00An impressive stable of imaginative fiction, insightful memoir, and illuminating history rounds out our list of best new books for August 2020.

‘Brontë’s Mistress’ may speculate, but it does so 2020-08-24 13:31:07Historians will quibble over what we can really know, but this historical novel is a worthwhile diversion full of vibrant, multifaceted characters.

Russians took their pianos with them into exile 2020-08-24 10:32:45Can you know a place by its instruments? A British travel writer wanders Siberia on a strange and wonderful quest to write about historic pianos.

Hawaii’s Big Island creates the setting for a 2020-08-20 16:26:39“The Color of Air,” a new novel by Gail Tsukiyama, looks at lives in a Hawaiian village in the 1930s.

Shakespeare grieves his son’s death in Maggie O’Farrell’s 2020-08-19 16:39:51In an interview, Maggie O’Farrell explains why she believes the play “Hamlet” is tied in part to the death of Shakespeare’s 11

Does America have a ‘caste’ system? Isabel Wilkerson 2020-08-19 14:56:00The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist argues that race and class divisions owe more to a caste system that everyone “knows in their bones.&rdquo

The New York Review of Books

The Big Smoke 2020-09-17 03:51:24The beach, a scintillating embodiment of the California Dream just hours earlier, now looked more like the landing pad for Charon, the ferryman of Had

A Poetry Manual 2020-09-17 03:00:54a poem

Dems Must Play Offense 2020-09-17 03:00:51To the Editors: Joseph O’Neill’s two excellent essays on contemporary American politics should be essential reading by every Democratic ca

Conquest and Agency 2020-09-17 03:00:48To the Editors: I applaud both Jeffrey Ostler’s fine book Surviving Genocide and Peter Nabokov’s insightful review of it. Framing Ostler&r

Dream 2020-09-17 03:00:43a poem

Simulating Democracy 2020-09-17 03:00:25Jill Lepore is a brilliant and prolific historian with an eye for unusual and revealing stories, and her new book If Then: How the Simulmatics Corpora

Confinement and Contagion 2020-09-17 03:00:16I have spent nearly two years corresponding with hundreds of people held in women’s facilities across the nation to understand their pathways in

An ‘Invaluable’ Source 2020-09-17 03:00:16To the Editors: Zadie Smith’s interesting review of the artwork of Kara Walker contains a large section on the life and diaries of Thomas Thistl

America’s Eviction Epidemic 2020-09-16 03:00:32Renters who enjoyed some measure of protection are now at risk of eviction since the moratoriums on eviction are coming to an end at both federal and

This Soldier’s Witness to the Iraq War Lie 2020-09-15 06:37:49There at the Baghdad hospital, I joined an FBI agent in questioning the bedridden Ahmed al-Ani about his time in the Czech Republic. A diminutive man

Sharmila, the Chaiwalla, and Me 2020-09-14 03:00:53When I first moved to America, I had been aware of the Basti, or slum, as it’s known in English, just behind my parents’ home. No more tha

Maine’s Sublime Canvas of Contradictions 2020-09-12 03:00:08Every August, the public library in my hometown of Blue Hill, Maine holds a wet paint auction. Local artists, some seasoned, some aspiring, go out in