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Reviews

An American in the Treetops

Should we miss Richard Holbrooke?

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New Books

In the lofty Polish hamlet of Luftzug, the skies are low, the winters harsh, and the cell signal perpetually uncertain of its nationality. The highlight of the social calendar is…

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Bette on the Blues

Rediscovering a forgotten Chicago writer

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Maigret All Day

On the comforts of Simenon’s famed detective

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The Trials of Vasily Grossman

A twentieth-century Tolstoy and his forgotten novel

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New Books

Discussed in this essay: Semicolon: The Past, Present, and Future of a Misunderstood Mark, by Cecelia Watson. Ecco. 224 pages. $19.99. Four Men Shaking: Searching for Sanity with Samuel Beckett, Norman Mailer,…

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If there has ever been a historical moment apt to foster optimism of the intellect, right now would not appear to be it. So it’s heartening to see how much…

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Warm, Weird, Effervescent

Lore Segal reinvents the immigrant novel

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Discussed in this essay: Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow, by Henry Louis Gates Jr. Penguin Press. 320 pages. $30. Humour, by Terry Eagleton. Yale University Press.…

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Ruina Mundi

Did climate change create modern civilization?

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In “Shrink,” a short piece from her 1993 book Have a Nice Day: From the Balkan War to the American Dream, the Croatian writer Dubravka Ugrešic recounts, or imagines, trying…

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Shallow Calls to Shallow

On Thomas Merton, fifty years after his death

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Down and Out in the Peloponnesus

Christos Ikonomou’s modern tragedies

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Ten years ago, a week after his sixtieth birthday, and six months after his first appointment with an oncologist, my father died. That afternoon, I went to my parents’ bedroom…

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Mallo My!

Spain’s answer to Knausgaard arrives in English

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Not Mere Projection

Decoding the life and art of Cy Twombly

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New Books

How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States, by Daniel Immerwahr. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 528 pages. $30. Lost Children Archive, by Valeria Luiselli. Knopf. 400 pages. $27.95. Territory…

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Behind the High Walls

On Giorgio Bassani’s Novel of Ferrara

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Could there be a more alarming role model for a writer than Scheherazade? You tell a story and, worst case, your head is cut off. Best case: the would-be decapitator…

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Home Truths

Paweł Pawlikowski’s search for roots

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At dinner in San Francisco’s Tenderloin in 1976, the writer Armistead Maupin urged Rock Hudson, the twentieth century’s most famously closeted heartthrob, to come out by writing a book. Hudson’s…

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A Sequel to Citizen Kane

Orson Welles sets the record straight

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Butt Ends and Cast-Off Bits

Mary Robison’s fiction of the superfluous

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Discussed in this essay: Vile Days, by Gary Indiana, edited by Bruce Hainley. Semiotext(e). 600 pages. $29.95. Seasonal Associate, by Heike Geissler, translated by Katy Derbyshire. Semiotext(e). 240 pages. $16.95. The Children’s Bach,…

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September 2019