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The American: For Italy & the World

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Scriptorium

Patricia E. Fogarty

A writer, critic, and translator, Fogarty lives with her family in Rome.

Archie Auster

In "4 3 2 1," winner of the Man Booker International Prize, American novelist Paul Auster digs into his four-part past.

History and mystery

In "Manhattan Beach," Jennifer Egan dives into historical fiction. And comes up with a story about people and waves.

Rushdie's new realism

Salman Rushdie's "The Golden House" takes him back to heart of Manhattan in a layered story about identity and politics.

Gone gods

In "House of Names," Colm Tobn reworks Aeschylus to get to the core of a suddenly godless ancient world.

Grossman's verdict

Israeli novelist David Grossman uses the act of a stand-up comedian to get to the heart of Jewish doubt.

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