The American: For Italy & the World
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The End of Faith
By Marc Alan Di Martino
Haruki Murakami sticks to three-decade-old themes — by now shopworn — in his latest novel.
American Jack Livings, in his debut, digs deep under China's modern-day cuticles.
Amos Oz's interlocking stories are parables for a brilliant, haunted nation.
Irish writer Keith Ridgway is beautifully uncompromising in his pitch-perfect thug chronicles.
What's most impressive about Teju Cole's debut is its modulated darkness.