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A Booker winner’s radical new novel takes us to Iron Age Africa.

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The Sunday Times
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Fiction

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USA TODAY
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Fiction

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The Telegraph
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The New York Times
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Fiction

An alpha male’s sense of self is shattered in French’s captivating standalone novel.

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The Guardian
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Fiction

He didn’t read intelligence reports and mixed up classified material with what he had see

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The Washington Post
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Culture

A new collection revives the legacy of one of India’s most confounding writers.

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The Atlantic
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The Irish Times
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Mike Phillips salutes Andrea Levy's honest narrative, Small Island.

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The Guardian
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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
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Fiction

Cat Person author Kristen Roupenian’s short stories chronicle modern sexual politics.

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The Irish Times
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Fiction

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The Washington Post
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Fiction

A new biography squares the decorous legal figure with the feminist gladiator.

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The Atlantic
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