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Conflit cérébral, angoisse métaphysique, polar sibérien… Notre sélection New! 2021-01-20 17:36:34Chaque jeudi, dans « La Matinale », la rédaction du « Monde des livres » vous fait partager ses cou

« Le Colibri » : pour son huitième roman, Sandro New! 2021-01-20 10:00:14Un ophtalmologiste doit soudain regarder en face les illusions qui le tiennent debout. L’écrivain italien séduit à nouveau

Face à la pandémie, la résilience du livre 2021-01-20 05:41:49Les grands marchés de l’édition comme les Etats-Unis, l’Allemagne, la France ou l’Italie restent imperméables &

Le « Mein Kampf » d’Hitler sera publié en français 2021-01-19 18:19:15La sortie française d’une édition critique du manifeste d’Adolf Hitler, publié en 1925 et entré dans le d

« Marco Ferreri. Le cinéma ne sert à rien » 2021-01-19 01:30:15Avec un bel esprit de synthèse, l’historienne Gabriela Trujillo retrace dans son dernier essai l’œuvre protéiforme du

Une édition annotée de « Mein Kampf », la seconde 2021-01-18 10:53:11Le manifeste d’Adolf Hitler, publié en 1925 et entré dans le domaine public en 2016, n’avait guère é

Sapajou futé, jument coquette, princesses sans couronne… Notre 2021-01-17 18:09:26Au menu de cette deuxième liste d’albums illustrés pour enfants, un méli-mélo d’animaux de tout poil et de bie

« Le Fantôme d’Eymerich », de Valerio Evangelisti : station Rome 2021-01-17 05:00:11Avec ce nouveau roman, l’écrivain italien clôt vingt-cinq ans d’une folle saga théologico-fantastico-science-fictive.

Céline Curiol en quête d’échappatoires 2021-01-17 03:00:13Ingénieure diplômée, elle a fui la carrière qui s’offrait à elle pour l’écriture. Près de

« La Vie, les gens et autres effets secondaires » : 2021-01-16 16:00:12Il a publié Toni Morrison, Stephen King, Salman Rushdie et tant d’autres en France. A 88 ans, il signe ses Mémoires, où

« L’Ami arménien » : Andreï Makine dans le puits du 2021-01-16 10:00:15Dans l’URSS des années 1970, un orphelin s’ouvre à l’histoire et à la mémoire. Un roman au charme &eacut

Giosuè Calaciura, Andrus Kivirähk, William T. Vollmann : la 2021-01-16 06:00:07Le journal des lectures en poche de Véronique Ovaldé.

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Toronto Star bestsellers for the week ending Jan New! 2021-01-20 14:18:45The books Canadians bought this week

Teen whom Biden befriended as fellow stutterer has 2021-01-19 18:28:54

Gabriel Byrne’s ‘Walking With Ghosts’ an unexpected pleasure 2021-01-17 06:00:00Other new and notable books just out include Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas and Karl Ove Knausgaard’s first essay collection in English

Fiona King Foster’s debut ‘The Captive’ looks dystopian, 2021-01-17 06:00:00Toronto writer Foster has fun with genre bending and twisting expectations

Michael Winter: The dreaded lurgy left me enjoying 2021-01-16 06:00:00How my younger, 1985 self and my son both came to my rescue

Melinda Gates writes US$250K cheque for prize spotlighting 2021-01-15 13:31:51

Feast on horror from around the world in 2021-01-14 06:00:00Valancourt’s world horror, paying homage to classics, existential horror from France, and a child’s imaginary friend

Toronto Star bestsellers for the week ending Jan 2021-01-13 16:41:34The books Canadians bought this week

Robert Jones’ ‘The Prophets’ is a compelling debut 2021-01-10 06:00:00Also, Michael Farris Smith’s ‘Nick’ gives ‘Great Gatsby’ narrator Nick Carraway a back story.

Kevin Barry’s stories find their place in the 2021-01-10 06:00:00In his new story collection “That Old Country Music,” Barry delights in language grounded in the emotion of the place

30 new books we can’t wait to get 2021-01-08 13:30:00So many publishing houses held books back in 2020, that now we’re left with a bumper crop.

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Bestsellers 2021-01-07 16:13:31

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Trump’s Lingering Menace 2021-01-09 12:41:50On January 3, The Washington Post published an op-ed signed by the ten living former secretaries of defense admonishing that, constitutional

Chronicler of a World on the Move 2021-01-09 08:00:51On January 2, 2020, we published Anna Badkhen’s “‘Bright Unbearable Reality’: Migration As Seen from Above,” an essay ab

Wanted: Lead Suspect in Election Fraud Conspiracy 2021-01-06 20:11:10Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol by supporters of outgoing President Donald J. Trump was dangerous, unprecedented, and anti-American, but it w

Mission to the Frozen North 2021-01-05 07:00:00In the end, the ship would be lost to ice. Three and a half months out of Amsterdam, with the crew already drifting into scurvy’s embrace, Dutch

Desperately Not Seeking Susan 2021-01-02 08:00:00On December 29, 2020, we published Benjamin Moser’s essay “Sarajevo Revisited.” Part memoir, part travelogue, part pensée, it

‘Bright Unbearable Reality’: Migration As Seen from Above 2021-01-02 06:00:52The first Westerner known to portray human suffering from above was the Flemish Renaissance painter Joachim Patinir, born in Flanders circa 1480. Pati

The Consolations of Philosophy 2020-12-31 12:53:27I recently found myself on a metal chair in the Jardin du Luxembourg, in Paris, submitting to my first-ever session of “philosophical therapy.&r

Sarajevo Revisited 2020-12-29 07:00:11Shutters guarded the airport shops when I got to Vienna. Through the plastic coverings, you could see abandoned Sacher tortes and Mozart magnets, post

The Look of Lesbian Love 2020-12-28 06:59:51At a table in a dark kitchen, Mary Anning’s dying mother (Gemma Jones) cracks a hardboiled egg and finds a chick. She rises and dumps the ruined

The Best of 2020 2020-12-26 12:00:00It has been an anxious, painful, and demanding year—from the global pandemic that continues to threaten the health and wellbeing of millions, wh

‘I Wanted to Paint What I Know’: An 2020-12-26 09:13:49“What’s it like to have the entire place to yourself?” the security guard at the New Museum—an older Caribbean-American man we

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After Capitol Riot Backlash, Sen. Josh Hawley's Book 2021-01-18 20:13:00"We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery Publishing President Thomas Sp

'Aftershocks' Is A Powerful Memoir Of A Life 2021-01-18 09:00:28When Nadia Owusu was 4 years old, her Armenian American mother disappeared from her life. When she was 13, her Ghanaian father died. Owusu reflects th

Poetry Challenge: Honor MLK By Describing How You 2021-01-18 05:04:00As we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, Morning Edition asks for you to write a poem that starts with the words "I dream a

There's Pain And Tragedy In 'Yellow Wife' — 2021-01-17 11:07:19Sadeqa Johnson's novel — inspired by a real historical figure — pulls no punches in its tale of an enslaved woman trying to survive and m

Betto Arcos Shares The Power Of Community In 2021-01-17 07:58:00In his new book, the globetrotting journalist and longtime NPR contributor collects some of his favorite reports from musicians and music communities

Nadia Owusu Examines Her Ghanaian-Armenian Identity In 'Aftershocks' 2021-01-16 07:55:00NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Nadia Owusu about her memoir, Aftershocks.

Trying To Survive On The Margins In 'At 2021-01-16 07:55:00Katherine Seligman's new novel makes alive and visible the lives of people we often walk past. It's the story of a young woman surviving on the stre

The History In 'Angel Of Greenwood' Could Not 2021-01-16 07:00:27Randi Pink's new novel follows a young couple, Angel and Isaiah, whose budding love is set against the backdrop of historical tragedy: the Tulsa race

Remembering Neil Sheehan, Vietnam War Correspondent Who Revealed 2021-01-15 13:39:45Sheehan, who died Jan. 7, broke the story of the Pentagon Papers and wrote A Bright Shining Lie, a Pulitzer Prize-winning book about the Vietnam War.

'Drug Use For Grown-Ups' Serves As An Argument 2021-01-15 08:24:00Dr. Carl Hart's positions on drug use and availability may seem quite extreme to some — but are thoughtful and data-driven. He asserts that rac

The Clouds And Downpours Of 'Summerwater' Set The 2021-01-15 07:00:08Sarah Moss's new novel takes place over a single, unrelentingly rainy day at a vacation site in Scotland, where families complain about each other an

'First Platoon' Examines How War On Terror Birthed 2021-01-14 05:07:00In a new book, investigative reporter Annie Jacobsen explains how the U.S. has employed the use of biometric data during warfare — and questions

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