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Reviews

Insight on the latest books, films, theater, and music.

Liberation Struggle

Discussed in this essay: Chester B. Himes: A Biography, by Lawrence P. Jackson. W. W. Norton. 640 pages. $35. Early in Chester Himes’s first and best-known novel, If He Hollers…

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New Books

In Marie ­NDiaye’s novel MY HEART HEMMED IN (Two Lines Press, $14.95), Nadia and Ange, a middle-aged couple from Bordeaux, become outcasts. “What sort of wickedness, I ask myself, are they suddenly…

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Tomb Raiders

The afterlives of Lenin

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It Wants to Go to Bed with Us

John Ashbery’s well-spent youth

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Unseen Worlds

Islam’s forgotten reformation

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Head-Scratcher

Can neuroscience finally explain consciousness?

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Behind the Fig Leaf

Mary McCarthy’s sexual revolution

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Door to Door

Mohsin Hamid’s displaced persons

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Good Plain English

The problem with writing manuals

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No Fool

Elif Batuman takes on the M.F.A.

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Life Choices

Paul Auster’s multitudes

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Wild Things

The allure of animal nature

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In The Shade

Zadie Smith and the limits of being oneself

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Likely Story

The inventions of Javier Marías

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Destruction Myth

The rise and fall of the Romanovs

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Flesh and Blood

The Saga of Halldór Laxness

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Are You Kidding?

The inscrutable sincerity of Nell Zink

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Supping on Horrors

Thomas De Quincey’s bad habits

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The Man Who Loved Metaphors

Jonathan Safran Foer’s authorial intrusions

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Tennis Lessons

The meaning of the game

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In Short

Thirty-six ways of looking at the aphorism

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Goodbye to All What?

The return of the Brat Pack

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New Books

In 1996, the Libyan writer Hisham Matar was living near the National Gallery in London. For six years straight he had been going to the museum, sometimes as often as…

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Peel Her a Grape

Sybille Bedford’s prudent hedonism

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Subterranean Homesick Muse

Seamus Heaney’s journey to the underworld

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September 2017