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In “Drunk,” Edward Slingerland plays devil’s advocate for the pleasure and utility of Dionysian abandon.
Juneteenth and Father’s Day.
Packer talks about “Last Best Hope,” and Suzanne Simard discusses “Finding the Mother Tree.”
The arrival of our buzzing summer friends also brings buggy bookish allusions.
In his new novel, “The Netanyahus,” Joshua Cohen imagines a visit by the scholar Benzion Netanyahu to an Ivy League school in the late 1950s.
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
“I strongly endorse the idea of going beyond the verbal art forms traditionally marked as ‘literature,’ but everybody already knows about Bob Dylan. They should have given it to Lynda Barry.”
In her latest Graphic Content column, Hillary Chute looks at a compilation of Black cartoonists and a history of female slave rebellions.
Sandeep Jauhar offers a tour of books about Alzheimer’s, from the search for a cure to fictionalized accounts of living with this scourge.
Her subjects ranged widely, but she took special aim at journalism itself, writing that every journalist “knows that what he does is morally indefensible.”
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Sotheby’s has agreed to postpone a highly anticipated auction as a consortium tries to raise $21 million to acquire a “lost” private library for the British public.
Sotheby’s has agreed to postpone a highly anticipated auction as a consortium tries to raise $21 million to acquire a “lost” private library for the British public.
The author, 98, wrote one of the classic novels of Depression-era Black life, “Daddy Was a Number Runner,” and its themes still resonate today.
This poem by Sonia Sanchez will astonish and alarm you.
Gerald Marzorati’s “Seeing Serena” follows her across the globe over the course of one year.
The podcast host and debut author tells a difficult story in her best-selling memoir, “Somebody’s Daughter.” But there are glimmers of brightness.
President Donald J. Trump had pressured the department to use its legal powers to stop his former national security adviser from publishing embarrassing details about him.
A new book of photography features the intimate moments of queer dads in America.

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