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Molloy

by Samuel Beckett

‘samuel Beckett is one of the great playwrights of our age. . . . As a novelist he is just as important. His novels, like all important works of art, have the stamp of the inevitable on them: they had to be written and, though we suffer reading them, we…

The Siege

by Helen Dunmore

“The best historical fiction delivers emotional truth through the lives of imaginary but ordinary people, making it possible to feel the texture of events that have been smoothed out by the generalizations of conventional histories. In The Siege, the specific becomes epic as five people huddle in one freezing room…

Jealousy

by Catherine Millet

“A haunting story of fragile female identity, sexually gained, violently lost.” —The New York Times Book Review…

The Internet Is Not the Answer

by Andrew Keen

A sharp indictment and incisive analysis of the detrimental effects of the Internet on our psychology, economy, and society.

Fallen Order

by Karen Liebreich

“A sordid tale of pederast priests and blind-eye bishops: a headline fit for today, that is 350-odd years old. . . . Liebrich’s account shows not only that priestly abuse is an old problem, but also that cover-ups never work—a pointed moral with obvious, and timely, implications.” —Kirkus Reviews…

Eden

by Olympia Vernon

“Daring [and] explosively supernatural. . . . [Eden is] a startling reminder of how forceful Southern magic can be.” –The New York Times Book Review…

Don’t Vote It Just Encourages the Bastards

by P. J. O'Rourke

Best-selling political humorist P.J. O’Rourke writes the mirthful political theory companion to his classic mirthful political science book, Parliament of Whores….

How It Is

by Samuel Beckett

“The absolute sureness of design. . . built phrase by phrase into a beautifully and tightly wrought structure–a few dozen expressions permuted with deliberate redundancy accumulate meaning even as they emptied of it, and offer themselves as points of radiation in a strange web of utter illusion.” –Hugh Kenner…

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Grove at Home: May 17—23

…article along to friends, it spread around the internet like wildfire, becoming a major viral phenomenon. Earlier this year, we published the book that grew out of that article, Why We Can’t Sleep: Women’s New Midlife Crisis, and it became an instant New York Times Bestseller. If you’re interesting in…