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Martin Amis, Remembered When the novelist stopped being the Mick Jagger of British fiction

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The Name’s Bond … Woke Bond In an interview, Charlie Higson discusses his new Bond novel and how he adapts the womanizing spy for our times


The Not-So-Nice Saint Nelson Mandela was South Africa’s savior. His private life was another story

I Don’t Know How She Does It Sally Wainwright, the creator of the hit British crime drama Happy Valley, captures the female experience like no other

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A Summer Odyssey Emma Cline has communed with the Manson family and channeled Harvey Weinstein. For her new novel, she infiltrates the Hamptons

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The Final Countdown In an interview, the historian Evan Thomas discusses how Russian spies, Harry Truman’s denial, and an immunity to writer’s block played into his new book, on the last days of W.W. II

Eminently Ridiculous In her book Edison’s Ghosts, Katie Spalding explores the untold stories of history’s greatest geniuses, from Leonardo da Vinci to Albert Einstein


Lucky Dogs, Helen Schulman’s latest novel, gets at Harvey Weinstein the rapist and gaslighter, and the system that abetted him

Lee Friedlander, Framed Collaborating with the cinematic photographer, the filmmaker Joel Coen is staging shows of Friedlander’s work on both coasts

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The Alfresco Aficionado As the season of backyard entertaining begins, consider these choice items designed for gracious hosting and dining outdoors

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It’s Complicated Single middle-aged women of means have been known to rely on matchmakers. But with men in short supply, one high-end fixer-upper is turning to lowlifes

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