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Small publishers and big indie powerhouses alike showcased international voices this year — we pick out a few of our favorites, from a bitter marriage drama to the memoirs of a polar bear family.

Get A Global Perspective With 5 Of The Year's Best Books In Translation

Get A Global Perpective With 5 Of The Year's Best Books In Translation

23 Books By Latinos That Might Just Change Your Life

23 Books By Latinos That Might Just Change Your Life

21 Books From The Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read

21 Books From The Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read

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II: 70 Recent History Books in the fields of the fields of United States history, African history, and African Diaspora History by Black Women.

80 Books Every Person Should Read. " Our list of "80 Books Every Man Should Read," published several years ago, was rightfully called out for its lack of diversity in both authors and titles. So we invited eight female literary powerhouses, from Michiko Kakutani to Anna Holmes to Roxane Gay, to help us create a new list. Each participant made 10 picks."

80 Books Every Person Should Read

We invited eight female literary powerhouses, from Michiko Kakutani to Anna Holmes to Roxane Gay, to help us create a master list. 80 books everyone should read in their lifetime.

Spring Picks 2014. Senior Book Review Editor Margaret Heilbrun picks three titles: Mathew Alegeo’s Pedestrianism: When Watching People Walk Was America’s Favorite Spectator Sport (Chicago Review, Apr.), Nikil Saval's  Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace (Doubleday, Apr,), and Martin Windrow's The Owl Who Liked Sitting on Caesar: Living with a Tawny Owl (Farrar, June).

Spring Picks 2014. Senior Book Review Editor Margaret Heilbrun picks three titles: Mathew Alegeo’s Pedestrianism: When Watching People Walk Was America’s Favorite Spectator Sport (Chicago Review, Apr.), Nikil Saval's Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace (Doubleday, Apr,), and Martin Windrow's The Owl Who Liked Sitting on Caesar: Living with a Tawny Owl (Farrar, June).

Philip Levine's "The Last Shift" and "My Lost Poets"

Poet Philip Levine sketched the life of working-class Americans

Poet Philip Levine sketched the life of working-class Americans

"There is no better way to see through somebody else's eyes than by reading fiction," says novelist Jennifer Haigh.

Still Puzzled By The Election? Authors Prescribe Fiction For Better Understanding

Still Puzzled By The Election? Authors Prescribe Fiction For Better Understanding

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