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In 'Quarantine,' a Great Story Mercilessly Retold
Short Stories Set in Mideast Earn O'Connor Award
'Bridge of Sighs' Captures Life in Small-Town USA
Three India Stories Comprise 'Elephanta Suite'
'Leaves of Grass' Still Growing, Inspiring
Clarence Thomas Takes a Chance on Memoir
Ann Patchett's 'Run' Toward Belonging
The Caterpillar with an Appetite for Philosophy
'Exit Ghost' from Philip Roth
Toklas and Stein, 'Two Lives' Intertwined
'The Virginian' Teaches the Merit of a Man
Toobin's 'The Nine' Reveals Politics of High Court
From Earlier Wars, Flight Through Fiction's Lens
Amy Bloom, Writing Well 'Away' from the Ordinary
Johnson Covers Vietnam, CIA in 'Tree of Smoke'