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The film and television adaptations of the Italian author’s novels offer an almost suspicious lack of resistance.
Our editors and critics review notable new fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
At the Times, Paul often writes on the hazards of shifting norms. But she’s also revealed the fraught position of the opinion columnist.
The author reads her story from the January 30, 2023, issue of the magazine.
Lessons from a centuries-long war against distraction.
“Forbidden Notebook,” “This Afterlife,” “Hatching,” and “The Lion House.”
The author discusses “Different People,” her story from the latest issue of the magazine.
“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” refuses explicit conclusions. That’s the source of its appeal.
They’re floundering at school and in the workplace. Some conservatives blame a crisis of masculinity, but the problems—and their solutions—are far more complex.
The covers that Lorraine Louie designed for the Vintage Contemporaries series were surreal, stylish, and like nothing else on the market.
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