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'Mister Pip' Brings Dickens Tale to the South Pacific
A Slave's Passage in 'God of Luck'
'Mr. Ives' Christmas' a Holiday Hymn to New York
Holiday Books Picks from Maureen Corrigan
Michael Knight Explores Families in 'Holiday Season'
Small-Town 'Winesburg' Reminds Writer of Home
Stewart O'Nan Makes a Splash with 'Lobster'
The Voyage That Never Ends
Guy de Maupassant, a Jeweler of Language
'Tokyo Year Zero' Gets Under Readers' Skin
Hear Maile Meloy Read Her Essay
Susan Faludi Slams Media, Myths in 'Terror Dream'
'Abstinence Teacher' Might Be Better on Screen
In 'Quarantine,' a Great Story Mercilessly Retold