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Which Way Are We Going?

Age of Anger: A History of the Present

by Pankaj Mishra


Southern Sublime

Derek Walcott spent a lifetime learning how to see the Caribbean.

Morning, Paramin

by Derek Walcott and Peter Doig


Trump: The Scramble

Weekly, daily, indeed sometimes hourly, we have trouble believing what we see coming out of the Trump White House.

Mixed-Up Kids

Paul Auster’s ‘4 3 2 1’

4 3 2 1

by Paul Auster


Let’s Face the Music and Dance

La La Land

a film written and directed by Damien Chazelle


Building the American Dream

Man’s Better Angels: Romantic Reformers and the Coming of the Civil War

by Philip F. Gura

Paradise Now: The Story of American Utopianism

by Chris Jennings

Utopia Drive: A Road Trip Through America’s Most Radical Idea

by Erik Reece

Oneida: From Free Love Utopia to the Well-Set Table

by Ellen Wayland-Smith

We Are as Gods: Back to the Land in the 1970s on the Quest for a New America

by Kate Daloz


How Smart Women Got the Chance

Nancy Weiss Malkiel’s “Keep the Damned Women Out”

“Keep the Damned Women Out”: The Struggle for Coeducation

by Nancy Weiss Malkiel


A Burning Collection

‘Known and Strange Things: Essays’ by Teju Cole

Known and Strange Things: Essays

by Teju Cole


A Marvelous Moment for French Writers and Artists

Of all the arts, writers most envy music. But painting might come a close second.

The Pen and the Brush: How Passion for Art Shaped Nineteenth-Century French Novels

by Anka Muhlstein, translated from the French by Adriana Hunter


The Love We Don’t Know

Whatever Happened to Interracial Love?

by Kathleen Collins, with a foreword by Elizabeth Alexander


Must Lerner Connect?

The Hatred of Poetry

by Ben Lerner


The Wisdom of the Yard

The Idiot

by Elif Batuman


The Great Genius of Jewish Literature

S.Y. Agnon, awarded the Nobel Prize in 1966, is the one modern master among writers of Hebrew fiction.

The Orange Peel and Other Satires

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Jeffrey Saks

The Bridal Canopy

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by I.M. Lask

A Guest for the Night

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Misha Louvish

To This Day

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Hillel Halkin

A Book That Was Lost: Thirty-Five Stories

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Amiel Gurt and others

Two Tales: Betrothed and Edo and Enam

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Walter Lever

A Simple Story

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Hillel Halkin

Two Scholars Who Were in Our Town and Other Novellas

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Paul Pinchas Bashan and others

From Foe to Friend and Other Stories

by S.Y. Agnon, with illustrations by Shay Charka

Shira

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Zeva Shapiro

In Mr. Lublin’s Store

by S.Y. Agnon, translated from the Hebrew by Glenda Abramson

A City in Its Fullness

by S.Y. Agnon, edited by Alan Mintz and Jeffrey Saks

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The actual cause for Puzder’s loss of support was a matter few felt like discussing.

A World More Glowing Than We Will Ever Know

Ireland’s Immortals: A History of the Gods of Irish Myth

by Mark Williams

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