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Why Lucia Berlin Matters More to Us Today Than She Did During Her Lifetime
A memoir and a new story collection cement the late writer’s status as the anti-Kerouac — and a godmother of auto-fiction.
Karl Ove Knausgaard’s Struggle Is Over, But the Critical Debate Lives On
The question undergirding nearly every review of the now-complete series is whether he regrets that his quest for truth upended his entire family.
What Does Russia Look Like, Now?
Putin, as bad as he is, is well within the mainstream of Russian politics. Whereas Trump is a radical fringe figure.