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Nicholas D. Sawicki
Mark Carney’s new book makes a succinct argument: We can either continue on the current path of what some argue is amoral wealth generation in a dehumanizing market society, or we can build new systems, grounded in common values, that encourage growth while stewarding resources for future generations.
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Mitali Perkins
Why do most people stop reading children’s books they loved once they come of age? Books from our childhood can still do so much good work for us.
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Hannah E. Ryan
The relationship between dominant and marginalized characters throughout O’Connor’s body of work offers a theology of displacement—that is, a means of experiencing God in the midst of upheaval, geographic and otherwise.
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Mike Mastromatteo
In more than two dozen novels, memoirs, travelogues and other writings, the Massachusetts writer Roland Merullo has proved to be an astute observer of the human condition.
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Brenna Moore
At the heart of Sinéad O’Connor’s new memoir is her sense of transcendence and her longing for it, as well as the depth of her religious imagination since childhood.
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Eve Tushnet
Many of the short stories in Danielle Evans's new collection address the reality that so many of our current conflicts center on how to understand, heal from, punish, honor or make amends for past actions.