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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 12 hours 48 min ago
The Swiss publisher Kein & Aber has picked up Martin Amis’s concentration-camp satire after the author’s longtime German publisher rejected it.
Hampton Sides reviews Erik Larson’s “Dead Wake,” which recounts the final voyage of the Lusitania, one of the colossal tragedies of maritime history.
A seemingly chance encounter cracks open dark family secrets in David Vann’s novel.
In horror stories and science fiction, fairy tales and poetry, Neil Gaiman explores the transformative power of imagination.
Laura van den Berg’s heroine picks her way across an American wasteland, searching for the mother who abandoned her.
Ayana Mathis and Pankaj Mishra discuss Baldwin’s indictment of “Native Son,” which was published 75 years ago.
Two black conservatives argue that a sense of victimhood, not social forces, creates problems for African-Americans.
Helen Macdonald, whose memoir “H Is for Hawk” is No. 8 on the hardcover nonfiction list, has become something of a sensation in her native England.