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  • Japanese fans rush to get Haruki Murakami's 'Killing Commendatore'

    Japanese fans rush to get Haruki Murakami's 'Killing Commendatore'

    Fans of Haruki Murakami rushed to Japanese bookstores Friday to get his latest work with an esoteric title. "Kishidancho Goroshi," or "Killing Commendatore," is a two-part story about a 36-year-old portrait painter and what happens after his wife divorces him and he moves into an old house on a...

  • New Robert Lowell bio: manic brilliance

    New Robert Lowell bio: manic brilliance

    There are no half measures to Kay Redfield Jamison's medico-biographical study of poet Robert Lowell. It is impassioned, intellectually thrilling and often beautifully written, despite being repetitive and overlong: A little too much would seem to be just enough for Jamison. Nonetheless, "Robert...

  • 28 books for dog lovers

    28 books for dog lovers

    Because you're never too old to snuggle up with a novel about man's best friend, dog lovers, this one's for you. Whether you're looking for a tear-jerker or old school adventure, we've rounded up 28 classic and lesser-known books about dogs. 

  • Two millennials launch bookmobile for new generation of readers

    Two millennials launch bookmobile for new generation of readers

    I recently met two young women who are living my dream job. I hate them. No, I do not hate Julia Turner and Christen Thompson Lain, both 27, both of North Charleston, S.C. I envy them, their youth, their promise, their drive. Their bookstore.  RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOUR Their...

  • Why Jessa Crispin is 'Not a Feminist'

    Why Jessa Crispin is 'Not a Feminist'

    A little etymology can be helpful in approaching Jessa Crispin's latest book, "Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto." The word "manifesto" arrived in English by way of Italian and has come to mean "a public declaration explaining past actions and announcing the motives for forthcoming...

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