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Lots of People Love ‘To Kill a Mockingbird.’ Roxane Gay Isn’t One of Them.

Lots of People Love ‘To Kill a Mockingbird.’ Roxane Gay Isn’t One of Them.

Gregory Peck, left, as Atticus Finch with Brock Peters in the 1962 film “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

This Bookstore Is Stuffed With Just One Thing: Cookbooks

This Bookstore Is Stuffed With Just One Thing: Cookbooks

Nach Waxman and Matt Sartwell, owners of the Kitchen Arts and Letters bookstore on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Was Jimmy Carter the Most Underrated President in History?

Was Jimmy Carter the Most Underrated President in History?

Carter and Eizenstat aboard Air Force One.

Ibtihaj Muhammad: The Olympic Fencer Is Charting Her Own Path

Ibtihaj Muhammad: The Olympic Fencer Is Charting Her Own Path

Ibtihaj Muhammad winning a fencing match at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Jane Austen’s First Buyer? Probably a Prince She Hated

Jane Austen’s First Buyer? Probably a Prince She Hated

Jane Austen, left, loathed the Prince Regent, who later became George IV, but he might have been one of her first readers.

Teenage Vandals Were Sentenced to Read Books. Here’s What One Learned.

Teenage Vandals Were Sentenced to Read Books. Here’s What One Learned.

A group painted the Ashburn Colored School after vandalism in 2016.

British Book Publishers Fear Brexit Will Bring a U.S. Invasion

British Book Publishers Fear Brexit Will Bring a U.S. Invasion

The London Book Fair at the Olympia exhibition center in West Kensington teemed with British and European publishers and editors.

A Colorblind Artist? Yes, With a Little Help From His Friends

A Colorblind Artist? Yes, With a Little Help From His Friends

Loren Long, the best-selling children’s book illustrator, at his studio in Cincinnati.

Why Franchesca Ramsey Is Done Feeding the Trolls

Why Franchesca Ramsey Is Done Feeding the Trolls

“If you want to be a creative in any field, at some point you have to stop listening to what everybody else is saying about what you’re doing and just do.”

Fables Leap Back and Forth Through Time in ‘Flights’

Fables Leap Back and Forth Through Time in ‘Flights’

“Flights” is narrated by a nameless female traveler who is not so unlike the author herself. “The narrator is partly me and sometimes something more than me,” Ms. Tokarczuk said.


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