The sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale” explores the workings of repre...
THEY STOOD in a line outside the Capitol while senators considered a health-care bill that would restrict family-planning services. They reappeared in Washington to wa...
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We Need New Stories by Nesrine Malik review – an excellent nose for hy...
Brexit, Trump, colonialism, Tommy Robinson, “incels”, identity politics: award-winning Guardian journalist Nesrine Malik’s new book stares in...
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Works of poet Ahsan Ashraf launched posthumously
RAWALPINDI: Poetic works of late poet Ahsan Ashraf have been launched at the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC).The ceremony was presided over by his elder brother Cha...
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The Man Who Saw Everything by Deborah Levy review – a brilliant Booker...
The moment we speak about history, we encounter the problem of where to locate it. History, we tend to think, is behind and around us, a structure we inhabit and by wh...
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Whatever happened to author Dorothy West?
Little sister” to Zora Neale Hurston. “The Kid” and would-be wife of Langston Hughes (he didn’t say yes). Rediscovered at 85 by Jacqueline Onass...
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Book clinic: what would you like to ask our experts?
Book Clinic is a weekly series in the pages of the New Review section of the Observer where we will turn to experts in their field to answer any book, reading or publi...
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Which book you should read based on your next travel destination
Books are set in a variety of locations around the globe and it can be fun to read a story that's set in a place that you're visiting.While in The Hamptons, enjoy...
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Ahead of the pack: the best books about running
Running is in rude health. Two million adults in England alone lace up their running shoes each week. The parkrun initiative – free, Saturday morning, timed 5km even...
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12 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out this July
My colleague Chaim Gartenberg recently reviewed Sarah Gailey’s debut novel Magic for Liars, prompting me to bump it further up my to-read list. I’m alrea...
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2019 BookExpo America held in New York
A visitor looks at brochures of book introduction at a booth during the 2019 BookExpo America in New York, the United States, May 29, 2019. BookExpo America, one of th...
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