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Christos Ikonomou’s modern tragedies
Mohsin Hamid’s displaced persons
How American high school students learn to loathe literature
Karl Ove Knausgaard’s encyclopedic novels
By Francine Prose, from Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932, published in April by Harper. Prose is a contributing editor of Harper’s Magazine. Read More
I’m still asked surprisingly often about “Scent of a Woman’s Ink,” which Harper’s Magazine published more than a decade ago — an essay in which I tried to understand why…
Mike Leigh's intimate cinema