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An elegy is a mournful poem expressing regret for something lost. Ayad Akhtar’s brilliant new novel, Homeland Elegies, mourns an America that has...

The African American man whose beating by Los Angeles police ignited civil upheaval in 1992 famously said later: “Can’t we all just get along?”The...

The real-life setting for J. Keith Saliba’s book is an isolated, heavily fortified frontier outpost In Vietnam’s West-Central Highlands near the...

Every once in a while, a book comes along that is so darkly comedic, with such a defined sense of place and filled with characters that range from...

Cal Hooper, a Chicago cop whose wife has left him for reasons he does not yet understand, tells himself he’s done with police work. He retires from...

Dylan Farrow is best known for accusing her adoptive father, Woody Allen, of molesting her when she was 7 in her mother Mia Farrow’s Connecticut...

Even after reading all 338-plus pages of Sue Miller’s new novel, it’s hard to tell if the noun of the title is aspirational or unattainable. And...

Has the world ever needed a Nick Hornby book more than it does today? The British novelist who gave us High Fidelity and About a Boy is back with...

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