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In a new novel, the author's dark, surprising language mourns for the world we've demolished.
'The Invisible Host' has remarkable parallels with Christie's most successful work.
Benjamín Labautut's Sebaldian "When We Cease to Understand the World' grapples with science's moral quandaries, but what is real and what is imagined?
Agatha Christie's beloved sleuth to return in new authorised collection.
Beauvoir wrote about her passion for a doomed friend again and again.
His early stories of China deployed unsparing brutality, but his latest novel shows his affinity for stoicism, irony, and modesty