At a time when many of the Soviet Union’s greatest authors left the country, he stayed, despite sometimes incurring official wrath.
In “Bringing Down the Colonel,” Patricia Miller unearths the 19th-century case of Madeline Pollard, who sued a five-term House representative for breach of promise to marry.
The elder Bush died on Friday, and the public is now reckoning with his legacy.
Donald and Patricia Oresman’s 550-piece art collection was auctioned recently. Every piece had one thing in common: people were reading in them.
The second and final volume of Zachary Leader’s “The Life of Saul Bellow” is a portrait of a writer struggling to contend with the consequences of fame.


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