Jonathan Safran Foer Returns with 'Loud and Close'
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Wideman Takes New Approach in 'God's Gym'
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Nancy Rawles Revisits a Twain Character for 'My Jim'
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'Pride of Carthage' Tells Historical Tale
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Murakami Offers a Runaway's Tale in Latest Novel
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'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel
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'Serafina's Stories' Offers Simple, Wondrous Tale-Telling
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Naipaul Resurrects a Character in Latest Novel
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Marking the Legacies of Writers Lost in 2004
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Alan Cheuse's 2004 Holiday Book Picks
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Crichton Architects a Conspiracy in 'State of Fear'
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