Interviewing novelist Jennifer Weiner, Batya Ungar-Sargon investigates why the literary industry resists books that speak to a female audience.
“A Trick of the Light” is Lee’s first novel for adults.
On the Mueller team, Andrew Weissmann worked to build the government’s case against President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort.
“If the book serves any useful purpose, it’s to say that any story we know may not be the true story.”
“Sometimes a poem will require you to make room for people who aren’t like you.”
“How They Rule Us” was discovered to have originally contained allusions to anti-Semitic speculation about the Rothschild family.
“Fleishman Is in Trouble” is an examination of power and gender that, because it is easy to read, somewhat masks its own intricacy.
“Reckoning” is ambitious if not always fully convincing in linking changing attitudes toward sexual harassment to larger debates over gender and sex.
The book, titled “How They Rule The World: The 22 Secret Strategies of Global Power,” includes ugly canards about the Rothschilds and George Soros.
90 years ago today, Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany.
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