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'Politics, Family and Fate' at the Zoo
'The Penelopiad:' A New Look at Homer's Tale
In Search of 'Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits'
'The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil'
Revelations from a Nun in 'Tulip and the Pope'
True-to-Life Debuts From Two Authors
'The March': A Civil War Novel
Percival Everett's 'Wounded': Winter in Wyoming
E.L. Doctorow's Civil War: 'The March'
'A Thousand Years of Good Prayers'
'The Tender Bar': Life Down at the Local
Rushdie's 'Shalimar the Clown' Splits Time Zones
Tennis' King vs. Riggs in 'A Necessary Spectacle'