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Reviews

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

Rake’s Progress

Adult animation grows up with Archer

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Red States

The Soviet Attempt to Export Communism

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Madame and the Masters

Blavatsky's cosmic soap opera

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The Chameleon

Thornton Wilder's multifaceted life and work

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A Tone Licked Clean

Fairy tales and the roots of literature

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Man Underwater

The democratic fiction of Richard Brautigan

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New Books

Tom Wolfe is back with Back to Blood (Little, Brown and Company, $30, littlebrown.com) and I have to confess, after wading through this multiculti, multilingual, punnyfunny Miami miasma, that it’s…

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Mental Weather

The many voices of Zadie Smith

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The Humble Vernacular

A word-of-mouth dictionary

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Death’s Triumph

The medieval tales of Cronenberg and DeLillo

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All over the map

A revolution in cartography

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Boy genius

The eternally youthful Nicholson Baker

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Reason for Living

The good life without God

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J.B. him

Joe Brainard's universal prose

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Unknowable girl

Salvation for the mother of African-American literature

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Glory Days

A pundit's rosy view of the Pax Americana

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A great consolation

The postwar unmaking of Samuel Beckett

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The long goodbye

James Ellroy tries to let go

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The purloined Borges

Translation and traduction

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Mammonomania

A reappraisal of Dutch Golden Age paintings

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The banality of avarice

Why the finance industry never had to lie

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Never such innocence

The afterlives of Philip Larkin

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Unfaithful

The false nostalgia of Mad Men

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Speakeasy

A Czech’s boozy refuge from writer’s bloc

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April 2013