For those of us who have long wondered what is going on in the unusual brain of the Briti

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The New York Times
Sarah Lyall
15 Feb 2019
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An alpha male’s sense of self is shattered in French’s captivating standalone novel.

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The Guardian
Stephanie Merritt
19 Feb 2019
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A new collection revives the legacy of one of India’s most confounding writers.

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The Atlantic
Mallika Rao
30 Jan 2019
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First Love, much like its narrator, Neve, is caustic, unsparing, occasionally fu

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The Irish Times
Nicole Flattery
01 Apr 2017
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Mike Phillips salutes Andrea Levy's honest narrative, Small Island.

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The Guardian
Mike Phillips
14 Feb 2004
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In his 1956 book “In the Winter of Cities,” Tennessee Williams printed a small and exquis

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The New York Times
Dwight Garner
12 Feb 2019
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Cat Person author Kristen Roupenian’s short stories chronicle modern sexual politics.

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The Irish Times
Sarah Gilmartin
09 Feb 2019
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Most children get to know their siblings as playmates in a protected world under watchful

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The Washington Post
Karin Tanabe
07 Feb 2019
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In 2015, Mexican-born writer Valeria Luiselli began volunteering as an interpreter in New

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NPR
Heller McAlpin
12 Feb 2019
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Women have always paid a steep price for artistic genius.

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The Boston Globe
Caroline Leavitt
30 Jan 2019
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Tom Barbash’s arresting new novel takes place over a year and a half, from August 1979 to

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The New York Times
01 Feb 2019
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Historical fiction spanning 70 years begins with the women who embroidered the Queen’s we

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The Independent
EJ Levy
28 Dec 2018
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When a loved one dies, so does part of our language.

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NPR
Michael Schaub
06 Feb 2019
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This touching, clever novel about dogs and bonding puts its author on the map.

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The Sunday Times
Lucy Atkins
03 Feb 2019
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