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Reviews

Ove and Out

Knausgaard’s struggle comes to an end

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On Becoming a Scumbag

A poignant, profane novel of addiction

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New Books

Discussed in this essay: Of Love & War, by Lynsey Addario. Penguin Press. 272 pages. $40. Heavy, by Kiese Laymon. Scribner. 256 pages. $26. The Letters of Sylvia Plath. Harper. 1088 pages. $45.…

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New Books

Discussed in this essay:  Algiers, Third World Capital: Freedom Fighters, Revolutionaries, Black Panthers by Elaine Mokhtefi. Verso. 256 pages. $24.95.  He Held Radical Light: The Art of Faith, the Faith…

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The Eeriness of the Everyday

Deborah Eisenberg’s radically alien fiction

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Known Unknowns

The elusive meaning of privacy in America

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Savage Torpor

Nick Drnaso’s hypnotically grim graphic novels

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Obstruction of Justice

Why the criminal justice system is ill-equipped to prosecute rape charges

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New Books

Discussed in this essay:  Notes from the Fog by Ben Marcus. Knopf. 288 pages. $26.95. A Girl’s Guide to Missiles: Growing up in America’s Secret Desert by Karen Piper. 336 pages. Viking. $27.…

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New Books

Sleep gets a bad rap in the United States. Despite the threats and cajolings of the CDC, which has deemed chronic sleeplessness a serious danger to the nation’s health, and…

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Critic at Large

James Wood’s return to fiction

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Next Wave

Deborah Levy’s foremothers and heiresses

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New Books

The strangest part of acquiring my green card was the medical exam, which culminated in an inspection of my breasts and “external genitalia.” Underwear lowered to my knees, I stood…

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Revolution in the Head

The uses and abuses of psychedelics

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Of Note

Rachel Cusk’s unforgiving eye

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New Books

It’s hard for bookish people not to romanticize the act of reading—as a spur to imagination and compassion for others or just an escape from whatever real-life trap you may…

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Walk Away

Helen DeWitt’s uncompromising fictions

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A Perfectly Respectable Lady

The bowdlerization of Jean Rhys

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Never Done

The impossible work of motherhood

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New Books

The year 2017 was, I presume, an awkward, anxious moment to be named poet laureate of the United States. What the writer owes the collective and where she fits within…

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Family Affair

Alan Hollinghurst’s break with tradition

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Silent Treatment

The troubling response to a memoir of incest

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Reading in the Dark

Does fiction matter in a post-fact age?

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War No More

The surprising legacy of a ninety-year-old peace pact

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New Books

My first and still most vivid memory of a Woody Allen movie is of the scene in Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)…

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Mr. Mailer Goes to Washington

The Armies of the Night fifty years on

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After the Revolution

Three novels of Egypt’s repressive present

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New Books

When you consider the savagery of your run-of-the-mill fairy tale, our use of the term to connote “romance” or “idealization” smacks of nothing more than romance and idealization — a…

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November 2018