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Randy Boyagoda
Since the 1970s, Don DeLillo has been the wry and cool Jeremiah of American life. His new novel, 'Silence,' continues that tradition.
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Randy Boyagoda
One of Susan Sontag’s strengths was that anything that could be said about her by others was said, first and best, by Susan Sontag
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Randy Boyagoda
The stories of Machado de Assis let us imagine our way into familiar perspectives and situations from unexpected vantages that enlarge and transform our sense of what is and what can be in this life, and the next.
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Randy Boyagoda
Life is short...but for Dara Horn's protagonist, it also happens over and over again forever.
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Randy Boyagoda
Go, Went, Gone never becomes preachy or sentimental. Instead, it is quietly bracing
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Randy Boyagoda
Rushdie is a writer keen to take on big, messy matters—and few are bigger or messier these days than American life at home and abroad.