Even in death Karl Marx can’t rest easy.
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Our contributing book critic was named a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award’s Nona Balakian Citation for Excellence in Reviewing.
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Unlike many of his colleagues in academia and journalism, Nathan Glazer, who has died at 95, never allowed his opinions to fossilize.
Oliver became the voice of something essential and unsung about the country.
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“All the Answers” is weightless; we feel the time and the place but not the research that went into its creation.
Sam Lipsyte’s latest novel, “Hark,” hits the satirical bullseye once more.
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