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DECEMBER 6, 2020

ROBERTS RURANS

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“Fans of Seinfeld
will eat this up.”

—Kirkus Reviews

“Everything
a Jeopardy! fan
could want.”

—The Washington Post

“Deeply funny
and heartfelt.”

—Elle

“Top-shelf film
history.”

—Kirkus Reviews

“Become
the architect of
your own life.”
—Deepak Chopra

“Lyrical
and learned.”

—Mary Roach, author of Stiff

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“Reads like a can’t-
put-down novel.”

—People

“An invaluable
trove of advice.”

—Walter Isaacson

“Riveting.”
—The Wall Street Journal

“Recommended as
a gift for ambitious
nieces. And nephews,
too.”—The Guardian

“One of the best
fly-on-the-wall

political memoirs.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“Fascinating.”
—NPR

T H E N E W Y O R K T I M E S B O O K R E V I E W 41

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In a new collection, the former Times critic explores some of her favorite books, now with reimagined covers.

MICHIKO KAKUTANI is The Times’s former chief book critic and the author of “Ex-Libris.” DANA TANAMACHI is a Brooklyn-based lettering artist and designer who specializes in custom typography.

AMERICANAH

By CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE

”A story about belonging and not-
belonging in a world where identities
are both increasingly fluid and defin-
ing, a story about how we are shaped
by the places where we grew up and

the places where we come to live.”

THE HANDMAID’S TALE

By MARGARET ATWOOD

“As she looks at six new bodies hang-
ing there, Offred remembers the
unnerving words of their warden

Aunt Lydia: ‘Ordinary,’ she said, ‘is
what you are used to. This may not

seem ordinary to you now, but after a
time it will. It will become ordinary.’”

UNDERWORLD

By DON DeLILLO

“A vivid fever chart of American history,
describing with uncanny prescience

how random violence and paranoia had
insinuated themselves into the col-

lective unconscious, and how celebrities
and terrorists were seizing hold of the

national imagination.”

SLOUCHING TOWARDS BETHLEHEM

By JOAN DIDION

“She wrote about how the California
she knew growing up in Sacra-

mento had metamorphosed
overnight into a new California ...

the American faith in the possibility
of reinventing oneself devolving
into rootlessness and anomie.”

INVISIBLE MAN

By RALPH ELLISON

“Being invisible is a metaphor for being
Black in America: for being ignored,
persecuted, demeaned, subjected to

different standards of justice, and labeled
with crude racial stereotypes. At the

same time, Ellison suggests, being invisi-
ble is an existential condition we all face.”

ATONEMENT

By IAN MCEWAN

“He shows how her petulance and
self-dramatizing imagination lead her
to ignore the truth, how her ignorance

about the grown-up world results in
loss and devastation that she will

spend her adult life trying to rational-
ize and atone for.”

BELOVED

By TONI MORRISON

“If there’s one insistent theme in Mor-
rison’s novels, it’s the ways in which

the past inexorably shapes the
present, trampling innocence, cutting

off options of escape, and warping
relationships between women and

men, parents and children.”

INFINITE JEST

By DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

“Wallace imagined America’s absurd
future while chronicling the inroads the
absurd had already made in a country
where advertisements wallpaper our

lives and people are overdosing on
entertainment, self-gratification and

narcotizing pharmaceuticals.”

Revisited / Books to Read and Reread / By Michiko Kakutani and Dana Tanamachi

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Blundered Christian

Teachings? Apostles Guide

on How to Interpret the

Scriptures—a Blueprint for

Bible Students Extracted

from the Apostles

https://

marcelinoesquilinbooks.com/

Surreal Employment of

Surreal Things: A Clock and

12 Numbers Retirement

from their Unique Job

Causes Uproar and

Uncontrolled Amusement

www.authorspress.com

Death, Guardian Angels,

Mystery School, Animal

Totems, and Biblical Figures:

Widowed Former Deputy

Sheriff’s Journey to Mythical

Healing and Coping

www.authorspress.com

From Restrictions to

Freedom: Mitra Thompson’s

Phases of Life from Enduring

Persecution to Living a Life of

Abundance and Opportunity

www.booksbymitra.com

Occasional tang of

Bitterness, Bit of Regret, and

a Joyous Celebration of Love

Highlights Poems about Love

from Mixed Experiences

www.authorspress.com

Inspired By Molecules!

Analogies from the micro

world can lead you to

fresh and imaginative

new ways of thinking.

Chuck C

www.authorspress.com

Ending Child Sex Slavery

in the World: Blurring out

the Lines between Fiction

and Non-fiction — Giving

Rise to “true fiction”

www.thebraceletnovel.com

Claw Marks, White Powder —

CIAAgent Leaves No Stone

Unturned as Killer Leaves

Behind Clues in Poison

Factory: Operation Kamera

https://www.

lucykirkauthor.com/

Lawless Man’s Life Story

comes with a Twist in

Selectively Lawless: The

True Story of Emmett Long,

An American Original

www.authorspress.com

Ultimate Pathway for

Breaking off the Physical

and Emotional Chains: Real

Stories from Real People

who have already set free.

www.authorspress.com

The Oppressed People’s

Fight to Cross the Line

between Black and

White: Documentation by

Charles Bonner from his

First-hand Experience

www.tipofthearrowbook.com

Is Survival of the Fittest

the Perfect Ideology?

Achieving the Hallmark of

Evolution through Inner

Vastness Exploration,

Meditation, and Mindfulness

https://www.

rajuramanathan.com

Finding Sea’s Greatest

Gift: Sammie The Shark

And The Return Of The

Lost Gift Unveils the

Mystery of the Gift

www.janetcouncilman.com

One Mother, Two Kids, and

Two Disabilities: An upbeat

Account of a Mother’s

Heroic Journey in Parenting

Twins with Disabilities

https://debbiefickenscher.

com/the-right-to-a-full-life/

Is Death the End? Post-

Resurrection Appearances

and Miracles of Jesus

Christ give readers a

Deeper Understanding of

the Resurrection Faith

www.authorspress.com

www.authorspress.com

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