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Touch Up Your Shakespeare: Anne Tyler Recasts ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ for Our Time - NYTimes.com

Touch Up Your Shakespeare: Anne Tyler Recasts ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ for Our Time

The characters in Anne Tyler’s novel, four generations of them, are drawn to a commodious house in suburban Baltimore. A Spool of Blue Thread. Short-listed for the 2015 Booker prize

‘A Spool of Blue Thread,’ by Anne Tyler

A Spool of Blue Thread - The characters in Anne Tyler’s novel, four generations of them, are drawn to a commodious house in suburban Baltimore.

Not From Venus, Not From Mars: What We Believe About Gender and Why It’s Often Wrong - NYTimes.com

In “Testosterone Rex,” the Australian academic Cordelia Fine argues that society’s views about gender are blinkered, hidebound and wrong.

So, Um, How Do You, Like, Stop Using Filler Words? - The New York Times

So, Um, How Do You, Like, Stop Using Filler Words?

Experts say awareness and practice are the keys to stop using interjections that can make you seem nervous or unintelligent.

Democracy Can Plant the Seeds of Its Own Destruction - NYTimes.com

Democracy Can Plant the Seeds of Its Own Destruction

Democracy Can Plant the Seeds of Its Own Destruction - NYTimes.com

Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones - NYTimes.com

Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones - NYTimes.com

The author, most recently, of “Autumn” ranks “Invitation to a Beheading” among the great books: “Nabokov treats us to, then liberates us from, the bad farce of totalitarianism. What a blast.”

Ali Smith: By the Book

The author, most recently, of “Autumn” ranks “Invitation to a Beheading” among the great books: “Nabokov treats us to, then liberates us from, the bad farce of totalitarianism. What a blast.

The best in picture books, middle grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction, selected by the children’s books editor of The New York Times Book Review.

Notable Children’s Books of 2016

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