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Jonathan Safran Foer Returns with 'Loud and Close'
'Couple Next Door,' from Lost Classics
Anne Lamott's 'Further Thoughts on Faith'
'Stop That Girl': Anti-Fairy Tales
Wideman Takes New Approach in 'God's Gym'
Nancy Rawles Revisits a Twain Character for 'My Jim'
'American Baby' Stories and 'Baker Towers'
'Pride of Carthage' Tells Historical Tale
Murakami Offers a Runaway's Tale in Latest Novel
Anti-Slavery Movement in 'Bury the Chains'
Joan Didion: 'Where I Was From'
David Sacks: 'Language Visible'
Michael Sims: 'Adam's Navel'