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#MeToo, 2021 2021-04-29 16:56:53What the case of Blake Bailey tells us about the state of the crusade against sexual misconduct.

The Lost Legacy of the Girl Stunt Reporter 2021-04-29 06:00:00At the end of the nineteenth century, a wave of women rethought what journalism could say, sound like, and do. Why were they forgotten?

What We Can and Can’t Learn from a 2021-04-28 06:00:00Sarah Ruden aims to return familiar texts to the fresh clay from which they were made.

“What’s the Time, Mr. Wolf?” 2021-04-27 11:00:00“He got out of the car, closing his door quietly, and crept through the woods toward the brick house.”

Lauren Groff on Violence and Masculinity 2021-04-27 11:00:00The author discusses her novella “What’s the Time, Mr. Wolf?”

Sunday Reading: The 2021 Oscars 2021-04-25 06:00:00From the magazine’s archive: a selection of pieces on this year’s nominees.

The History of New York, Told Through Its 2021-04-24 06:00:00In 1948, the landfill at Fresh Kills was marketed to Staten Island as a stopgap measure. No one guessed that it would remain open for more than half a

Blake Bailey, Philip Roth, and the Biography That 2021-04-23 14:33:53The author of one of the year’s biggest books has been accused of sexual assault. Strangely, it was precisely his subject that exposed him to sc

Nathalie Léger’s Hall of Mirrors 2021-04-22 12:48:16In three slim, singular books, the author asks what a woman recognizes when she sees herself in another woman.

The Reorientations of Edward Said 2021-04-19 06:00:00Steeped in Western culture, the great critic of Western narratives came to his post-colonialist convictions gradually but with growing intensity.

Briefly Noted Book Reviews 2021-04-19 06:00:00“Second Nature,” “Finding the Raga,” “The Final Revival of Opal & Nev,” and “The Elephant of Belfast.&rd

What Do We Want in a First Lady? 2021-04-19 06:00:00Lady Bird Johnson and Nancy Reagan grappled with the contradictions of a role that is at once public and private, superficial and serious.

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Two Centuries of ‘The Guardian’ 2021-05-04 23:00:00The Guardian has never been much of a business. Its owners never got rich; in fact, they gave the newspaper away. Its history is peppered with financi

‘Moffie’ and Me 2021-05-03 07:00:00On my first trip home from university, in April 1983, I borrowed my father’s Mercedes and drove from Johannesburg out to the South African Defen

See Rome and Feel Alive 2021-05-01 07:00:00In the Review’s May 13 Art Issue, we published “Light in the Palazzo,” Ingrid Rowland’s review of The Torlonia Marbl

Marc Riboud’s Roving Lens 2021-05-01 06:00:00In the spring of 1953, Marc Riboud left Lyon, France, for Paris. He was thirty years old. The Eiffel Tower was being repainted. Equipped with just one

Sus Vidas al Filo de la Línea 2021-04-30 11:37:30• Leer en inglés/to read in English. En diciembre de 2020 me dirigí hacia Sprindale, Arkansas, para encontrarme con Ángela P

Losing No Time 2021-04-30 10:30:00A profound global change shapes the foreign policy of the Biden administration. From the end of World War II until the past decade, the world saw the

‘Comic Terrorism Really Works’: An Interview with John 2021-04-29 07:00:00Long ago, in that distant universe that was the 1960s, John Waters, now seventy-five, burst onto the underground film scene amid a blaze of bad taste

Their Lives on the Line 2021-04-27 07:00:00• Leer en español/to read in Spanish. In December, I drove to meet Ángela Pacheco, in Springdale, Arkansas. Standing in the backyar

Fantastic Fixation in ‘Photo Brut’ 2021-04-25 06:00:00Not a photography exhibition, strictly speaking, “Photo|Brut”—currently at the American Folk Art Museum in New York City—is de

What We Want When We Read 2021-04-24 09:00:46In the April 29, 2021 issue we published Sarah Chihaya’s “All Over Desire,” a review of Mieko Kawakami’s Breasts and Eggs, a n

A Park Apart 2021-04-23 11:30:00This past pandemic year, for all of spring, summer, fall, and much later into the winter than temperatures really allowed, Brooklyn’s Prospect P

His Own Worst Enemy 2021-04-22 09:00:00If ever an artist needed a degree of protection against his public, surely it is Vincent van Gogh. Reproductions of his most emblematic paintings, esp


Elizabeth Warren Stitches The Stories She Says 'Help 2021-05-04 05:06:00Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she isn't looking to be president. She's looking for change, she tells NPR, which happens when we talk about our stories

'The Parted Earth' Traces The Impact Of India's 2021-05-04 05:06:00Partition split India and Pakistan in 1947 and affected millions of lives across decades. Journalist Anjali Enjeti's new novel explores the way peopl

Former 'Pregnant Girl' Builds Support To Help Other 2021-05-03 12:59:00Nicole Lynn Lewis felt overwhelmed and isolated as a young single mom in college. Now she runs a nonprofit designed to help teen parents get the finan

Michael Lewis' 'The Premonition' Is A Sweeping Indictment 2021-05-03 05:10:00In a new book, author Michael Lewis writes about public health officers who tried to get others to look at the data on COVID-19 and act to make sure t

Alison Bechdel Discusses A Lifelong Affair With Exercise 2021-05-02 08:00:00NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Alison Bechdel about her new graphic memoir, The Secret to Superhuman Strength.

Comics Hero Barry Windsor-Smith Is Back, And He's 2021-05-02 07:00:23Windsor-Smith is known for his work on Conan the Barbarian and lots of X-Men titles. Now, he's back with a passion project about a man subjected to g

Sharon Stone On New Memoir 'The Beauty Of 2021-05-01 17:13:00Sharon Stone is a survivor — of a stroke, and some of the worst Hollywood has to offer. She writes about her life in a funny, tender, sometimes

Elizabeth Warren's 'Persist' Is Generous To Her '20 2021-05-01 13:03:00Warren fans looking for score-settling won't find it here — her book is not a juicy tell-all. Instead, it reads like a that of a future campaig

'Great Circle' Takes Flight Across Decades And Continents 2021-05-01 08:00:00The daredevil aviator in Maggie Shipstead's new novel was inspired by Amelia Earhart. Shipstead says she wants to investigate the difference between

Suzanne Simard Explores The The Forest Society Of 2021-05-01 08:00:00NPR's Scott Simon talks with forestry scientist Suzanne Simard about her book, Finding the Mother Tree, and the real lives of trees.

Murderbot Meets Miss Marple In 'Fugitive Telemetry' 2021-05-01 07:00:27Martha Wells' new Murderbot novella is a classic locked-room mystery — only the locked room is a docked shuttle at a normally peaceful space st

A Joy Of Reading, Sparked By A Special 2021-04-30 05:08:00Hasina Islam fostered a love of reading and the library in Abigail Jean, who is 12. Abigail was just 3 when they met at a branch of the Brooklyn Publi