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amsterdam ian mcewan

With a Booker Prize tucked snugly under his belt, Ian McEwan returns to speak about his new novel, Amsterdam, and the maelstrom that ensues after winning the British Empire's most coveted literary award.
 
the intuitionist colson whitehead

Colson Whitehead's jazzy, visionary noir is without a doubt one of this year's most breathtaking debuts. A serious meditation on race set amongst the warring factions of Gotham's Department of Elevator Inspectors, it is funny, poignant, and wholly original.
 
life: the movie neal gabler

Our entertainment culture has cast such a spell over our American life that entertainment and life often seem inseparable. Neal Gabler traces the phenomenal rise of Entertainment as it challenges high culture.
 
giles foden giles foden

Giles Foden vividly imagines the life of Idi Amin's personal physician, a Scottish doctor seduced by the electrifying personal magnetism of the brutal Ugandan dictator. Calling to mind the terrifying fiction of Joseph Conrad, Foden's debut novel is a chilling meditation on consience and charisma.Ai
 
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