Jill Lepore's "The Whites of Their Eyes" is two distinct histories in the space of a single volume.
"Conversations with Myself" provides the clearest glimpse yet into the mind of a man who is by nature private and reserved.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1" is the best of the Harry Potter movies to date.
"The Backlash" takes us on a trip to the strip-malls, mountain hollows and exurban living rooms where reactionary populism takes root and grows.
In lining up with Bush on the war in Iraq, the former Nation columnist shocked the left, and his militant atheism has inspired animosity on the right. Still, in his memoir Hitchens comes off as a man of principle.
This collaboration between a progressive historian and an underground comic artist brings the New Deal's politics and radicalism to life in a relevant time.
Meet Lisbeth Salander, standing 5 feet tall and 88 pounds, she is the toughest and meanest gangster movie protagonist to date.
An estimated 20,000 mourners, including Portugal's Socialist prime minister and the leader of the Portuguese Communist Party, attended Saramago's funeral in Lisbon on Monday.
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