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Diane Scharper teaches poetry and memoir for the Johns Hopkins University Osher Program. She is the author of several books including Radiant, Prayer/Poems.

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David Diop's new novel centers on the filial love between two Senegalese riflemen, close childhood friends who joined the French army because they hoped to become French citizens at the end of World War I.
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Brendan Hodge's debut novel ‘If You Can Get It’ centers on two young women seeking meaning along the axes of work, love and faith.
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This debut novel by 29-year-old Marieke Lucas Rijneveld won the 2020 International Booker Prize.
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Lawrence Wright's new thriller deals with the effects of a killer pandemic.
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Here are several ways to deal with pain
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In this book, Danny commits lies of omission as he does not tell his sister how much he hates their mother for essentially leaving them to whatever fate throws their way.
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Sigrid Nunez mines the effect of suicide on family, friends and even the pet dog in her National Book Award winner, The Friend.
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Michael Ondaatje's new novel blends elements of John le Carré and Joseph Conrad.
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Daniel Berrigan, S.J., went from a poet to an activist, and turned activism into poetry.
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Diane Scharper reviews "There Your Heart Lies" by Mary Gordon.