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Slate Book Review
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April 7 2015 12:19 PM“They Didn’t Know Anything”It’s in its dissonances, its contradictions, that Philip Glass’ memoir finds its form.
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April 7 2015 9:30 AMThe Exoskeleton and the BluesStructural amazements are buoyed by inner music in Terrance Hayes’ How to Be Drawn.
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April 6 2015 11:37 AMLiterary CrushHow falling for an author is like falling in love.
Future Tense
March 25 2015 9:40 AMNo ExitJacob Silverman’s Terms of Service and the Opt-In Culture of Social Media.
The XX Factor
March 6 2015 1:31 PMTwo Moody Bitches Discuss Moody Bitches
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March 6 2015 12:01 PMThe Revolution and the Conference RoomA leading modern leftist overlooks the ways the bureaucracy of private industry might actually make the world a better place.
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March 5 2015 12:27 PMHanya Yanagihara and Gerry HowardThe Slate Book Review author-editor conversation.
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March 4 2015 11:39 AMBeautifully, Profoundly, Naively, Contradictorily, Romantically, Kinetically, Jokily, Cockily, Fearfully, Drunkenly, Goofily, ImpudentlyRobert Christgau’s memoir.
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March 3 2015 1:10 PMIn Search of Lost InnocenceRoman Muradov’s first book is a wonder of inventive illustration.
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March 2 2015 10:24 AMThe Abyss of BonesKazuo Ishiguro’s first novel in 10 years is a sad, remarkable fantasy story set in Arthurian England.
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March 1 2015 7:17 PMThis Essay Was Due 25 Years AgoThe role of shame in Tess of the D’Urbervilles, and the force of shame in my life.
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Feb. 6 2015 11:58 AMNot Just Another Ugly FaceIn Amanda Filipacchi’s novel, a beautiful woman disguises herself as repulsive and tests men in bars.
The Audio Book Club
Feb. 6 2015 9:46 AMThe Audio Book Club Does Battle Over RedeploymentListen to Slate’s critics discuss Phil Klay’s award-winning stories about the Iraq War.
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Feb. 5 2015 12:40 PMThe Perpetual Narration MachineNeil Gaiman’s collection reminds us that, for good and for ill, he’s got a lot of stories to tell.
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Feb. 4 2015 9:36 AMThe Now Is FallingKathleen Ossip’s poetry delights in the imperfect present.
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April 7 2015 10:58 AMJustice DeniedWhy do we still tolerate the Supreme Court?
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April 6 2015 11:45 AMAfter OutrageA slightly guileless tour through the world of the briefly controversial by Jon Ronson.
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April 6 2015 9:29 AMPardon MeIn a secular age, who offers absolution?
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March 6 2015 6:08 PMThe Cartoonist Studio Prize: The ShortlistsThe best print and web comics of the year, selected by the Slate Book Review and the Center for Cartoon Studies.
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March 6 2015 12:29 PMBrilliance and FuryHelen Macdonald’s astonishing memoir H Is for Hawk.
The Audio Book Club
March 6 2015 10:27 AMThe Audio Book Club Meets the Girl on the TrainSlate critics debate Paula Hawkins’ best-selling thriller.
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March 5 2015 9:55 AMHow Should We Make the Most Important Decisions of Our Lives?A philosophical debate.
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March 4 2015 11:34 AM“It Was All Unknown and Possibility”Kim Gordon’s memoir.
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March 3 2015 12:45 PMHall of MirrorsSarah Manguso’s diary of a diary sheds new light on the many the perils of writing about yourself.
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March 2 2015 9:30 AMTricking the WitchA newly discovered fairy tale by Franz Xaver von Schönwerth.
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Feb. 6 2015 1:04 PMYou Lie!A tricky new book on the history and philosophy of deceit.
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Feb. 6 2015 10:23 AMThe EntertainerA conversation with Nick Hornby.
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Feb. 6 2015 9:33 AMNull and VoidA feminist filmmaker’s novel makes the case for negativity.
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Feb. 4 2015 5:25 PMZombies, Vampires, and PuddingsAn adorable all-ages comic about an ambitious chef in the underworld.
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Feb. 3 2015 4:41 PMThe Long MeowThe feline hero of this post-apocalyptic detective story just wants to track down his best friend—a dog. 

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