The strength of Attenberg’s modest but effective novel is that she convinces us that the way the Middlesteins live is, indeed, the way we live now.
For Frank Costigliola, the Cold War began the day Roosevelt died.
Emma Donoghue's stories are all explication, a series of novels in miniature.
All meat, all the time. For a cookbook that purports to be something of a response to contemporary concerns, this is a single-minded volume.
In spite of his new book’s title, Flynn does not suggest a simple yes or no answer to this question.
What’s The Matter with White People is really about what’s the matter with the white working class.
When it comes to education, have we neglected to raise the ceiling while we've struggled to life the floor?
There Was a Country, a personal memoir, is a literal explanation of what happens when “the center cannot hold.”
Juan Pujol, who never fought on the front lines, is not a Stephen Ambrose–style war hero. He was, at his core, a con man.
Now published for the first time, Conan Doyle's Arctic adventures offer a pre-Holmes glimpse of the writer.