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The Thinking Read

Why Evolution Is True

Jerry Coyne's case for the centrality of evolutionary theory is also a wonderful introduction to the subject. Read more...

Rock & Roll &

Remembrance of Seasons Past

The lure of nostalgia isn't the only thing that makes writing about baseball so tough. Read more...

Drawn to Read

Under Their Thumb

In this month's cartoon review Ward Sutton looks at Under Their Thumb, the true tale of a Brooklyn teenager's improbable trip into the inner sanctums of the Rolling Stones.

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Reading Romance

High Octane Love

The roar of the engines can get your heart racing.

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Reader's Diary

Revolutionary Roads

Portraits of suburban despair, an apostle of love, and a disciple of anarchy. Read more...

The Thinking Read

Sense and Sensibility

Philosopher A.C. Grayling debuts his new column The Thinking Read. Read more...

Rock & Roll &

Lily Allen: The Same Everygirl After All

The brash singer's sophmore effort revels in wit over drama. Read more...

The Thinking Read

The Invention of Air: A Story of Science, Revolution, and the Birth of America

The exuberantly inventive career of an Enlightenment genius. Read more...

Drawn to Read

The Women

In the debut of a new feature, Ward Sutton looks at The Women, T.C. Boyle's novel on the life of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Reading Romance

Reading Romance: Practical Magic

Setting supernatural gifts to the tasks at hand. Read more...

Reader's Diary

Reader's Diary: The Culture Watch

From gallery to museum, music history to musical performance. Plus, striking new fiction. Read more...

Rock & Roll &

Bohemias Lost & Found

Does it take a Village to make a Bohemia? Read more...

Reading Romance

Reading Romance: Loving a Barbarian

The erotic intrigue in social mismatch.

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Reader's Diary

Reader's Diary: Warriors, Holy and Otherwise

Portraits of evangelical collegians, Napoleon and his marshals, American ruins, and more. Read more...

Library Without Walls

Lud-in-the-Mist

Michael Dirda revisits a classic fantasy that unlocks the disturbing possibilities of fairyland. Read more...

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