Gerda Saunders tries to analyze her dementia as dispassionately as possible in her new book.
Victor LaValle’s latest hybrid of the supernatural and the literary is rooted in the anxiety families feel over the safety of their children.
The Financial Times columnist Edward Luce finds that Trumpism and other nationalist movements are symptoms, not causes, of larger trends threatening democratic collapse.
Andrew Essex discusses his new book about the fate of traditional advertising and what might replace it.
The most famous joke in “A Horse Walks Into a Bar” does not exist in Hebrew, David Grossman says in this talk with his translator, Jessica Cohen.
Come to T. Gertler’s 1984 novel, “Elbowing the Seducer,” for its sweat-drenched lunch-hour sex scenes. Stay for its social comedy and its surprising emotional heft.
Ms. Dunmore, an Englishwoman, found much success writing novels, poetry, short stories and children’s books.
A British adaptation of George Orwell’s classic arrives on Broadway with Tom Sturridge and Olivia Wilde, bringing contemporary political resonance.
George Orwell’s novel has led to adaptations and variations since its publication in 1949, including a coming Broadway version. Here’s an overview.