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Reviews

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

Note To Self

The lyric essay’s convenient fictions

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War of The Roses

Piecing together the GN’R story

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Disappearing Act

Mark Leyner’s self-consuming fictions

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A Foreign Cause

Why the Spanish Civil War feels so distant

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Beginning to See the Light

Religious conversion across the ages

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Circles and Lines

John Wray’s time machine

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The Hunger Artist

The appetites of M.F.K. Fisher

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Outside the White Box

Can art make anything happen?

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Family Business

Mr. and Mrs. Nabokov’s half-century

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Same Mistakes

Ted Hughes’s evasions

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Free but Not Redeemed

Primo Levi and the enigma of survival

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We was All Bent, Son

The double life of John le Carré

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Lucid Dreaming

Two ways of looking at Percival Everett

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Trial and Error

Three centuries of American witch hunts

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Among the Believers

Michel Houellebecq’s immortal longings

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Residence on Earth

The genius of Joy Williams

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Means of Dissent

America’s lost culture of opposition

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Joint Ventures

How sneakers became high fashion and big business

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First-Person Shooters

What’s missing in contemporary war fiction

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Old Poison, New Battles

The ongoing struggle for voting rights

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Joy Ploy

The dismal science of human optimization

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What a Piece of Work

Mark Greif’s intellectual excavations

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New Television

With the arrival of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix), we finally have a major sitcom heroine whom we definitely don’t want to dress like. Kimmy Schmidt…

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Dissolution by Details

Bellow and the problems of literary biography

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New Music

I just squandered two or three precious should-be-working hours trundling around music-streaming sites looking for “The Banks of Sweet Italy,” my all-time favorite Incredible String Band song. Dotty, druggy, sublime…

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June 2016