by Nicholson Baker
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Arno Strine, a 35-year-old office temp and aspiring writer at work on his autobiography, uses his power to stop time in order to remove women's clothes while they are suspended in his temporal warp.
August 16, 2011 Dealing with rude, angry people is not fun. But when fictional, these unpleasant personalities can actually be quite charming. Author Ben Dolnick recommends three books and three central characters that'll have you flipping the page faster than you'd flip them the bird.
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February 14, 2011 Ripped from the not-so-heartening headlines, serious hardcovers about war, recession and natural disaster can certainly kill the mood. In honor of Valentine's Day, Pat Dunnigan offers three alternatives for nighttime reading that will lift your spirits — and raise your pulse.
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