Katie Roiphe Katie Roiphe

Katie Roiphe, professor at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the author of Uncommon Arrangements: Seven Marriages and In Praise of Messy Lives.

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Nov. 16 2009 9:51 AMThe Audio Book Club on Raymond CarverOur critics discuss "A Small Good Thing" and "The Bath."
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July 16 2009 7:58 AMThe Audio Book Club on Gay TaleseOur critics discuss Thy Neighbor's Wife.
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June 18 2009 11:10 AMThe Audio Book Club on John Cheever and Flannery O'ConnorOur critics discuss "The Swimmer" and "A Good Man Is Hard To Find."
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March 20 2009 2:21 PMSlate's Audio Book Club: Infinite JestOur critics dissect David Foster Wallace's epic novel.
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Dec. 15 2008 6:36 AMUnder the Sign of SontagThe intellectual's greatest project: herself.
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Oct. 9 2008 3:54 PMThe Audio Book Club on The Night of the GunOur critics discuss David Carr's memoir.
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Aug. 6 2008 10:08 AMThe Audio Book Club on Brideshead RevisitedOur critics discuss Evelyn Waugh's most popular novel.
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June 5 2008 7:05 AMThe Audio Book Club on Anna KareninaOur critics discuss Leo Tolstoy's masterpiece.
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Feb. 7 2008 1:13 PMThe Audio Book Club on Eat, Pray, LoveOur critics discuss Elizabeth Gilbert's blockbuster memoir.
Culturebox
July 31 2007 4:18 PMAttack of the Slummy MummyA new novel praises the barely competent mom.
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Aug. 28 2006 3:37 PMThirtysomethingClaire Messud and the robust genre of the very-late-coming-of-age novel.
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May 23 2005 4:29 PMLifestyles of the Rich and FamousFrancine du Plessix Gray's glamorous, forgetful parents.
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May 17 2004 4:53 PMGirl UninterruptedAlison Rose's memoir of romances at The New Yorker.
Books
Dec. 23 2003 9:03 AMThe Bratty BystanderLucia Joyce was a failed writer, dancer, and artist—so why does a new biography make her out to be a genius?
Assessment
Sept. 4 2003 4:10 PMJoan DidionThe journalist who invented impersonal personality.
The Audio Book Club
Aug. 20 2009 7:17 AMThe Audio Book Club on Cristina NehringOur critics discuss A Vindication of Love.
Recycled
June 29 2009 6:22 PMInfinite SummerThe Audio Book Club on David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest.
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May 21 2009 10:13 AMThe Audio Book Club on Atmospheric DisturbancesOur critics discuss Rivka Galchen's debut novel.
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Feb. 19 2009 7:02 AMThe Audio Book Club on Rabbit, RunOur critics discuss John Updike's first great novel.
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Nov. 25 2008 10:15 AMThe Audio Book Club on The Great GatsbyOur critics discuss F. Scott Fitzgerald's American classic.
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Sept. 12 2008 11:38 AMThe Audio Book Club on American WifeOur critics discuss Curtis Sittenfeld's new novel.
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July 16 2008 10:35 AMThe Audio Book Club on NetherlandOur critics discuss Joseph O'Neill's novel.
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April 17 2008 1:41 PMThe Audio Book Club on Beautiful ChildrenOur critics discuss Charles Bock's first novel.
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Jan. 3 2008 12:19 PMThe Audio Book ClubOur critics discuss Denis Johnson's Tree of Smoke.
Books
July 3 2007 7:28 AMSummer ReadingShould you read the best-selling memoir Eat, Pray, Love?
Culturebox
Nov. 2 2005 1:12 PMIs Maureen Dowd Necessary?The Times op-ed columnist adds nothing to the debate between the sexes.
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March 30 2005 7:06 PMWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?What critics didn't say about Ian McEwan's Saturday.
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March 16 2004 12:32 PMThe Maiden Name DebateWhat's changed since the 1970s?
Assessment
Oct. 22 2003 4:40 PMSusan EstrichA feminist gropes for consistency.
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May 5 2003 5:10 PMYou Look DivineWhat would Hera think of the goddesses at the Costume Institute?

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