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Dissident Stories: Ma Jian's 'Stick Out Your Tongue'
Peter Carey's 'Theft' Will Arrest Your Attention
New Spy Novels for a New Time
Late Playwright Wasserstein's Novel
Roth's 'Everyman' Is Retired, Not Retiring
Stories from the Underside: 'Dead Fish Museum'
Essay Collection Honors 'Howl'
Mosley's 'Fortunate Son' Tells Two Tales
Africa and Europe: 'Sweetness in the Belly'
'High Lonesome' From Joyce Carol Oates
Book Review: 'Philosophy Made Simple'
A Family 'Falling' After a Tour in Vietnam
Great Views, Troubled Characters in 'Drift'