slate book review july 2013
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Sex and the Single Intellectual

The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P. exposes the personal hypocrisy of the chattering classes.

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July 12 2013 11:40 AMPattern RecognitionThe swoosh, the golden arches, the chevron, and a million other logos your hindbrain can recognize before you do.
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July 12 2013 11:00 AMThe Unexpected GuestWhen an ailing parent comes to stay.
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July 12 2013 10:20 AMThe Lost Great Novel of Middle AgeWritten by the author of Bread and Jam for Frances, no less.
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July 12 2013 9:40 AMThe Light FantasticWhen neon was the new new thing.
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July 12 2013 9:00 AMJincy Willett and Thomas DunneThe Slate Book Review author-editor conversation.
The Audio Book Club
July 12 2013 7:15 AMThe Audio Book Club on The InterestingsOur critics discuss Meg Wolitzer’s novel about six childhood friends whose lives intersect over the years.
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July 3 2013 9:15 AMRevolution BluesWhy do popular histories of the War of Independence ignore modern scholarship?
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July 12 2013 11:20 AMRoger Ebert’s PilgrimageWalking London with the late film critic, thanks to his long-lost 1986 book.
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July 12 2013 10:40 AMThe Trouble With TwinsI hate you, you’re just like me, and everything in between in Curtis Sittenfeld’s new novel about the strange sibling relationship.
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July 12 2013 10:00 AMThe Professor-Student Love Affair, RevisitedTwo new novels suggest we’re still uncomfortable with the subject.
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July 12 2013 9:20 AMFire!!The most inventively-made comic of the year is set on all 10 floors of a burning building.
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July 12 2013 7:30 AMDressing for TwoThe three sisters who invented modern maternity wear.
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July 12 2013 5:45 AMOde to a Straw ManWhat critics are getting wrong about my book.