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The Book Reader: 'Just Mercy'

ny1.com — NY1 teams with contributors from The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Slate.com and Essence Magazine to review the latest books and book-related trends. By: Parul Sehgal - The New York Times Text size: + - Parul Sehgal of The New York Times reports on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in "The Book Reader."

Discussion and book club guide.

slate.com — To listen to the Audio Book Club discussion of Wild, click the arrow on the player below. Subscribe in iTunes ∙ RSS feed ∙ Download ∙ Play in another tab This month, Slate Book Review editor Dan Kois, Slate staff writer Katy Waldman, and New York Times Book Review editor Parul Sehgal discuss...

‘On Immunity,’ by Eula Biss

nytimes.com — Lucretius said to handle them with caution; Berkeley, not to handle them at all. Aristotle said that too many confound; Locke, that even one can "mislead the judgment"; Hobbes, that their natural end was "contention and sedition, or contempt." Sontag said simply, they kill. Pity the poor metaphor, so maligned, so alluring.

The Book Reader: 'A Deadly Wandering'

ny1.com — NY1 teams with contributors from The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Slate.com and Essence Magazine to review the latest books and book-related trends. By: Parul Sehgal - The New York Times Text size: + - Parul Sehgal of The New York Times Book Review reports on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in The Book Reader.

Parul Sehgal: An ode to envy

ted.com — What is jealousy? What drives it, and why do we secretly love it? No study has ever been able to capture its "loneliness, longevity, grim thrill" -- that is, says Parul Sehgal, except for fiction. In an eloquent meditation she scours pages from literature to show how jealousy is not so different from a quest for knowledge.

‘Atocha Station’ sequel posits a way to reimagine future

dispatch.com — N??EW YORK - On a recent afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, two poodles could be found lounging among the Monets. Nobody was studying the waterlilies; everyone was photographing the animals (allowed there as medical-alert dogs) - particularly the white one, which had fine braids woven into its hair.

The Book Reader: 'Excellent Sheep'

ny1.com — NY1 teams with contributors from The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Slate.com and Essence Magazine to review the latest books and book-related trends. By: Parul Sehgal - The New York Times Text size: + - Parul Sehgal of The New York Times Book Review reports on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in The Book Reader.

Ben Lerner Imagines ‘Different Futures’ in His Novel ‘10:04’

nytimes.com — On a recent afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, two standard poodles could be found lounging among the Monets. No one was looking at the water lilies; everyone was photographing the animals (allowed there as medical-alert dogs), particularly the white one, which had fine braids woven into its hair.

The New York Times

nytimes.com — Browse best seller lists, book reviews & news for authors, fiction & non-fiction, literature, biographies, memoirs, children's books, science fiction & self-help."

The Book Reader: 'Stuff Matters'

ny1.com — NY1 teams with the Huffington Post and Slate.com to review the latest books and book-related technologies. By: Parul Sehgal - The New York Times Text size: + - Parul Sehgal of The New York Times Book Review reports on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in The Book Reader.
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Oct 17, 2014

RT @lauriemuchnick: I love that NYTBR gave a whole page to Nell Zink’s WALLCREEPER from ultra-small press @dorothyproject. Great review. nyti.ms/1Cy8puT

Oct 17, 2014

.@kathrynschulz in especially fine form on America's mania for appointing czars in times of trouble nymag.com/daily/intellig…

Oct 14, 2014

RT @PamelaPaulNYT: Here's the NYTBR review of this year's Man Booker Prize winning novel by Richard Flanagan: nyti.ms/1pRGHaa

Oct 14, 2014

RT @soniafaleiro: The British media treats ethnic minority writers as a "rare species only able to testify on issues of identity." newstatesman.com/media/2014/10/…

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