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5 Novels Whose Main Characters Are Shut-ins
Characters, as a rule, should possess agency. They must be capable of changing the course of the plot, of meeting conflict, or else they’re just...
5 Books that Are Great Examples of Cultural Anthropology
There are novels, and there are anthropological studies, and then there are books that are a curious mixture of the two. Sometimes, they are fictional...
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5 Books Featuring Runaway Parents
There are a few things in life that are supposed to be sacrosanct, and one of those things is that parents should love their children and devote themselves...
7 Great Books for People Who Love
It’s kinda fun liking something a lot of other people like. We call it popular culture for a reason, right? Popularity is 50 percent of the whole...
2 New Books (and 5 Old Ones) That Prove the Epistolary Novel is Alive and Well
When we previously considered the role of narrative voice in fiction, we left out one of the biggies—one in which, if you think about it, there is...
Love Nora Ephron? Here Are 5 Books You Need to Read
Nora Ephron wrote her truth. She shared the daily horrors and joys of being a particular type of woman (opinionated, intelligent, neurotic, wanting her pie...
New in Paperback
A Funny, Madcap Gone Girl
Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette is newly out in paperback, and the cover is emblazoned with reasons you should read it, but the one that sold...