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Around the World with Oscar Wilde Following in Wilde’s footsteps, from his birthplace of Dublin to the Peloponnese, the American Midwest, and the prison he spent the better part of two years in

He’s More than Logan Roy In his new memoir, Brian Cox recounts his journey from growing up poor in Scotland to ruling Succession

Amor Towles The A Gentleman in Moscow author shares the American classics he read while preparing to write his latest novel, The Lincoln Highway

October 13, 2021

Petty Clash The left-leaning Paul Samuelson and right-leaning Milton Friedman went to their graves disagreeing with each other over economics

October 13, 2021

A Walk on the Wild Side Eight questions with Susan Orlean, the writer portrayed by Meryl Streep in Adaptation, whose new book explores our interactions with animals

We’ll Always Have Paris Photographs highlight the city’s boutiques, studios, and ateliers that have withstood the test of time

Swans Along Fifth Avenue A new book feeds our continuing fascination with Truman Capote—and the society beauties he loved and hated

David Sedaris’s Diary America’s comedian in England reveals more than 10 years’ worth of his inner thoughts

October 7, 2021

Follow Your Nose The hunt for the world’s most expensive ingredient has led to surprising new places—but Big Truffle doesn’t want the word to get out

October 7, 2021

Bourdain Confidential The longtime Parts Unknown producer remembers his off-screen moments with Anthony Bourdain

October 7, 2021

The Real Slim Aarons Kevin McClory, Mick Jagger, C. Z. Guest, and others feature in a collection of the photographer’s glamorous shots

Once a Comic-Book Fan, Always a Comic-Book Fan From Roy Thomas, who later succeeded Stan Lee, to George R. Martin, before he added the second R to his name, the fans stayed around

Every Trick in the Book Inside the British-retirement-home mystery that knocked the new Sally Rooney off the No. 1 spot on the Sunday Times best-seller list after just one week

September 29, 2021

Storm Clouds Brewing Scientists first started sounding the alarm about climate change more than 100 years ago. No one was listening

September 29, 2021

Staff Picks This week, don’t miss a charming introduction to classical music; the chilling account of an epic polar-rescue mission; and a history of the Appalachian Trail

September 29, 2021